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The US – Mexico – Canada Agreement (USMCA) is generally welcome news for business in Canada primarily because it provides stability in Canada’s trade relationships with the US and Mexico. But what does it mean for your business or organization? Here we provide some highlights and talking points that will help you to Decide. Wisely
USMCA Talking Points: Certainty of Access & the Price of Stability
In February 2016, oil prices were around $30 bbl. We predicted they would rise to $45 by 3Q 2016. By September 2016 they were.
Currently, we argue that the recent increase in oil prices to the $70 USD range (from a low in the $30’s) may well signal the last boom in petroleum prices we will experience this century. Find out why.
Click HERE for article, analysis, charts, and talking points.
At 10-year average growth rates, China’s GDP will surpass the GDP of the United States by 2023. What does this mean for you and your organization?
Click HERE for article.
Metro Vancouver municipalities have different population pyramids. What does this mean for your organization, school, or business?
Click HERE for data.
The low BC birth rate means population growth will be due almost entirely to immigration. Does this have implications for your organization?
Click HERE for data. Analysis to follow.
ONE LAST BOOM?
Not a boom, but gradual oil price increases to $45 US by 3Q 2016
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Currently, we are working on the following:
>The decline in the Canadian dollar: Implications for international education and competitive hiring of Canadian professors
>The skills gap: Canada is one of the world's most educated societies but it lags in university level attainment.
>Becoming carbon neutral: Is there a market for consumer level carbon offsets?
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