Foreign direct investment in the Canadian food processing sector can help Canada’s achieve our export objectives.
As food demand continues to grow globally in 2019, ongoing trade tensions may shift levels of carryover stocks in new patterns. It’s the number two economic trend to watch this year.
Volatility dominated 2018 as trade tensions, weather and rising interest rates disrupted agricultural markets amid a growing demand for Canadian agricultural commodities and food.
Commodity prices could reflect volatile conditions in 2018. Three sources of that volatility are weather, trade and global growth.
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.
J.P. Gervais explains how gross domestic product (GDP) and emerging markets play a major role in defining Canada's export market.
J.P. Gervais, explains the relationship between exchange rates and Canadian exports and why Canada remains competitive despite the declining dollar.