Ag Economist Topics
Brexit's impact on Canadian producers? J.P. Gervais urges preparation to manage the volatility in financial markets.
FCC Ag Economics: A 2015 Look at Global Trade examines the impact exchange rate fluctuations have on Canada's export values of agriculture commodities and manufactured food products.?
The United States Department of Agriculture (USDA)'s 2016 Outlook Forum showed optimism for the future of U.S. ag, but what does this mean for Canadian producers?
JP Gervais outlines the growing importance of Canada's agricultural innovation and technology in maintaining our competitiveness while feeding a hungry world.
This year's edition of A Look at Global Trade (ALAGT) examines 20 years' worth of data on Canadian ag-related export values to better understand the impact exchange rate changes has on those values.
Martha Roberts, Economic Research Specialist, lists important strategies for Canadian exporters' success, discussed at the Conference Board of Canada 2015 Food and Drink Summit.
Canada has the opportunity to grow its share of global trade due to increasing wealth in emerging market economies.
As of Monday, October 5, Canada concluded negotiations as one of 12 partners in the most ambitious trade deal in history. The Trans Pacific Partnership (TPP) founding members include: New Zealand, Brunei, Chile, Singapore, Australia, Peru, Malaysia, Vietnam and the U.S., Japan, Mexico, and Canada.
A successful outcome to the current negotiations around a Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP) rests on the leadership of Japan and the United States. The U.S. and Japanese governments have held multiple bilateral meetings to find a way forward. And it was recently reported in the media that the gap between the two countries is narrowing. Over the last 30 years, information and communication technologies like sensors, GPS, WIFI, analytic software and the Internet have laid a foundation for an era of highly- automated, data-driven, precision agriculture.
The World Bank projects that India will be the world's fastest growing economy by 2017. If true, it would surpass China, the poster child for economic growth for the last ten years. It's an impressive reversal of fortune for India, thanks in large part to Prime Minister Narendra Modi's government