Category: EDC

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COVID-19 and the auto sector

Peter G. Hall Vice-President and Chief EconomistExport Development Canada Things were looking good for the global automotive sector entering 2020

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EDC stands ready to support Canadian exporters impacted by COVID-19

Government of Canada commits $10B in support of Canadian businesses during health crisis Under the federal government’s new Business Credit Availability

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How customs brokers can help Canadian exporters

Learn how customs brokers can help facilitate trade, manage risk and protect the bottom line for Canadian exporters.  Emiliano Introcaso

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Doing business in Italy: What Canadian exporters need to know

In 2018, Italy had the fourth-largest economy in the EU, according to the International Monetary Fund. The country is also

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4 tools to help size up your global competition

Original Article When I tell people I work at MaRS, I usually get a doubletake—unless, I’m talking to someone with an

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Trade wars and Section 301 tariffs: Practical mitigation strategies for Canadian companies

Original article: https://www.edc.ca/en/blog/trade-wars-section-301-tariffs.html Quick timeline of the recent U.S.-China trade tensions Beginning in June 2018, the U.S. government has taken

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4 indicators that your startup is ready to go international

4 indicators that your startup is ready to go international While companies that are most successful tend to follow the

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8 things you need to know to strengthen your supply chain

8 things you need to know to strengthen your supply chain If you have a weak link in your chain,

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Exporting 101: Defining 24 trade acronyms

Exporting 101: Defining 24 trade acronyms The world of acronyms is alive and well in the export industry. To help

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Business Transformation at EDC

EDC (EXPORT DEVELOPMENT CANADA) Canadian companies can now submit an application, receive a quote, accept it and pay for their