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Canada late out of the gate on China trade

A new report from Dawson Strategic and Ciuriak Consulting analyses the potential gains for Canada from a free trade agreement with China. The report, Chasing China: Why an economic agreement with China is necessary for Canada’s continued prosperity, estimates that a free trade deal would generate $7.8 billion in additional economic activity within 15 years, supporting 25,000 […]

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Norwegian Ambassador highlights Canada-Norway Economic Relationship

Norway’s Ambassador to Canada, Mona Elisabeth Brøther, wrote a piece for the Huffington Post Canada summarizing the findings of Dawson Strategic’s recent report on Norway’s Impact on the Canadian Economy. Ambassador Brøther writes, “Norway and Canada have a strong trade and investment relationship built on complementary resource endowments, similar levels of development, and shared interests and values. Norway’s […]

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Report on Norway’s impact on Canada

   A new report from Dawson Strategic, Norway’s Impact on the Canadian Economy, explores the economic relationship between Norway and Canada. Because both Norway and Canada are advanced economies, basic trade is augmented by research and collaboration opportunities to help both countries deal with our similar geography and climate. Norwegian investment also supports important sectors […]

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PMJT, TPP, and CETA

What does Prime Minister Justin Trudeau mean for TPP and CETA? by Mara Chadnick “This deal is, without any doubt whatsoever, in the best interests of the Canadian economy”, said Stephen Harper regarding the Trans-Pacific Partnership. Throughout Harper’s duration as Prime Minister of Canada, the Conservative government focused on expanding Canada’s regional trade agreements, most […]

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