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Webinar: Protecting Your Receivables During the Pandemic

Learn how Canadian P&C brokerages and their clients can protect their receivables when cash is tight. This webinar is presented

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Rough Landing: 2020 will be a Terrible Year for Air Transportation

Global air demand could take two years to recover from Covid-19 In the first quarter of 2020, Covid-19 sparked an

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Country Report – India 2020

The repercussions of coronavirus have hit an already weakening economy. Economic situation A sharp slowdown of economic growth, while woes

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Up-front payment worries eased for Canadian pottery supplier

If you’ve seen orchids for sale at your local grocery store, there’s a strong possibility the ceramic pots holding the

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Is COVID-19 the biggest test yet for the retail sector?

Peter G. Hall, Vice-President and Chief Economist, Export Development Canada Coronavirus lockdowns shuttered much of regular retail activity more than

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Country Report – Thailand 2020

After a weak performance in 2019, the Thai economy is facing major challenges this year, as exports and tourism have

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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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Trade Partnership Insurance Launched to Bolster Canadian Business Through COVID-19 Impact

RIAC MEMBERS TO SUPPORT CANADIAN BUSINESSES WITH ADDITIONAL CREDIT CAPACITY The Receivables Insurance Association of Canada (RIAC) is pleased to

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Aon Survey Reports Companies Accelerate Workforce, Compensation and Benefits Changes in Response to COVID-19

Actions reflect both a need to manage costs and efforts to enhance support for employees across North America CHICAGO (April

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Episode 19: An Economic Update: The Impact of COVID-19

Taking in all the information related to the impact of COVID-19 is like trying to drink from a fire hose.