When you’re employed in the field of commerce, it can be daunting to encounter an array of acronyms, particularly if
In recognition of Black History Month in February, many will honor the accomplishments and contributions of Black Canadians who have
Choosing the right target market is crucial for exporters, and while the United States is a natural starting point due
As the year 2022 comes to a close, we find ourselves taking a moment to reflect on the past year
Exporting to emerging markets can be challenging because of political risk, but these markets also offer opportunities for Canadian businesses.
The Russia-Ukraine war has caused disruptions in agricultural commodity markets, leading to challenges in the energy, agri-food, and automotive sectors.
The global aerospace industry is evolving rapidly, and smaller firms are at risk of losing business to larger companies. To
How have economic constraints constrained a leftist wave in Latin America? Find out here:https://www.edc.ca/en/weekly-commentary/latin-america-shifting-politics.html
How should Canadian companies balance risk and possible reward in an ever changing global economy? Read Stuart Bergman’s thoughts here:
While global trade grew sharply in the early months of 2022, it has started to slow sharply. Find out why
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