Canadian Commercial Corp. is under pressure to find new customers in new markets and be more accepting of small and mid-sized businesses looking to export.
Manufacturers have options as long as they do their homework first
A tailored market-by-market approach will increase the likelihood of success, even in riskier markets
The deal is slated for ratification Nov. 1 2012, though critics are howling it makes possible China’s plans to acquire major ownership of Canada’s resources and “move them out.”
Two sides say they make bringing a technology to market more streamlined and efficient
Japan and China have been at odds over the sovereignty of a group of tiny islands in the East China Sea.
Finalists included Schulte Industries, Saskatoon Colostrum Company and TinyEye Technologies
The Asia-Pacific Foundation of Canada has formulated a detailed plan to avoid recent global economic weakness and leverage Canada’s capabilities in Asia
The proposed change applies to beef imports from Canada, the U.S., France and the Netherlands.
Commerce Department says growth was slightly better than its initial estimate of 1.5 per cent