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Provincial trade diversification on the rise, says EDC's chief economist
OTTAWA, Ont.--Peter G. Hall, vice-president and Chief Economist at Export Development Canada, says that one of the most remarkable features of the Canadian economy in the past 15 years is the diversification of international trade to...
Aug 21, 2014 10:44AM
CBSA marks new prefab port at West Poplar River, Sask.
WEST POPLAR RIVER, Sask.--The Canada Border Services Agency (CBSA) has a new modular port at West Poplar River in southern Saskatchewan. CBSA President Luc Portelance and Vice-President of Comptrollership Claude Rochette marked the...
Aug 21, 2014 10:40AM
Air Canada Cargo announces new regs for shipping cats and dogs
Aug 21, 2014 10:36AM
First containership at Nanaimo Port Authority to offer direct Asia link
Aug 20, 2014 4:47PM
UPS extends Brown network in British Columbia
Aug 20, 2014 4:25PM
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Mexico, benefitting from a trend towards nearshoring in light manufacturing, is now the go-to centre in North America for the manufacturing of electonic consumer products, high tech products, automotive parts and air conditioners.
Latin American Trade
Mexico and Brazil are going head-to-head for top spot in World Cup soccer and among Latin American economies. In the second contest, Mexico wins because its forecasted 2014 GDP growth is 4% vs. 2% for Brazil.
Cargojet builds appetite for charters
The fledgling partnership of Air Canada Cargo and Cargojet came up roses in its first joint foray. In May Cargojet flew one of its B767 freighters to Bogota to load up with flowers in time for Mother's Day.
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