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CME continues its active role in ongoing pro-trade discussions

Published by Stephanie Brooks on August 16, 2012

Canadian Manufacturers & Exporters (CME) joined business leaders and the federal government in Toronto today for a consultation session on refreshing the Global Commerce Strategy. 

CME’s Vice President of Global Business Policy, Jean-Michel Laurin, introduced MP for York Centre, Mark Adler, in the session on aligning Canada’s trade and investment objectives in large, fast-growing priority markets.  

The federal government launched the strategy in 2007 to position Canada for long-term prosperity by identifying 13 priority world markets in which opportunity lies for Canada.  

The consultations began August 14, 2012 in Halifax, and are taking place in seven other cities across the country (Montréal, Toronto, Winnipeg, Saskatoon, Calgary, Vancouver and Ottawa).

Please also see: 

CME participates in launch of Global Commerce Strategy consultations 

Consultations on Next Phase of Government’s Pro-Trade Plan Take Place in Toronto

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