Hear FCC Chief Agricultural Economist J.P. Gervais explain the role Canada plays in the global market and why Canada is among the most competitive traders in the world.
How the continued trade tensions between China-U.S. could create a stronger demand for Canadian commodities.
Volatility in commodity prices lowers Canadian exports of oilseeds but also creates market opportunities in China and Europe.
Malaysia has lots to offer its CPTPP partners, including a fast-growing stable economy, an ever-increasingly wealthy population and established trade flows.
Canada recently signed the CPTPP, along with 10 other agri-food trading nations. It will enhance our agri-food trade in three ways.
The CPTPP is expected to help Canada jump into a more competitive position in Asia’s trade of manufactured food.
CPTPP will provide new and exciting opportunities for Canadian beef and pork exports in both high value and fast-growing markets.
Commodity prices could reflect volatile conditions in 2018. Three sources of that volatility are weather, trade and global growth.
Foreign direct investment in the Canadian food processing sector can help Canada’s achieve our export objectives.
Canadian food manufacturers grow their global footprint by exporting and investing in foreign countries.