Recent News

Atradius, Front Page

Country Report Turkey 2020

A major insolvency increase expected, and further lira depreciation would increase pressure on the highly indebted corporate sector Political situation

Canada, EDC, Front Page

Canada–Ukraine trade deal vastly expands opportunities for exporters

The Canada–Ukraine Free Trade Agreement (CUFTA) that came into effect on August 1, 2017, promised to improve market access for Canadian and Ukrainian businesses

Canada, EDC, Front Page

A Canadian Success Story – Nova Craft Canoe

It’s about as Canadian as it gets. The canoe. Yes, we love Drake and the romance of Leonard Cohen’s gift

Canada, Uncategorized

Introducing Canada’s Only Accredited Suite of Receivables Insurance Training

Contact us for more information!

Atradius, Front Page

Country Report: Mexico August 2020

Steep recession stressing revenue and profits of businesses in many sectors Political situation The government has eased lockdown measures early

EDC, Front Page

Top 10 things to know about the new NAFTA

The ratified Canada-United States-Mexico Agreement (CUSMA) came into force on July 1, 2020, replacing the North American Free Trade Agreement

Business, Front Page

Which retailers have taken the hardest financial hits from COVID-19?

Lost sales, burned cash, new debt — even healthy retailers have become more vulnerable after eating into their financial cushions.

Canada, Front Page

Coworking and Flexible Work Spaces Expanding in Suburban Malls in Canada

By Mario Toneguzzi Flexible work and coworking spaces have become an increasingly popular trend in today’s world, with accelerated growth

Atradius, Front Page

Dramatic rise in total value of long overdue invoices in Canada, US & Mexico – Atradius Report

The annual survey of B2B payments behaviour in the USMCA reveals a huge rise in the total value of long

EDC, Front Page

Tracking the COVID-19 economy

Peter G. Hall – Vice-President and Chief Economist, Export Development Canada Unprecedented events are hard to map out. Until they’re