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  • Public Policy Forum recommends sectoral trade agreements with China to diversify Canada’s economic future

              Canada can truly diversify its trade and break its dependence on a single partner by pursuing a strategy built on sectoral trade agreements with China, the Public Policy Forum says in a major new report. …

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  • Canadian small retail businesses optimistic about growth and highly reliant on U.S. exports

              Despite 2018 bringing new challenges and uncertainties to the Canadian small and medium-sized business community, eBay Canada’s annual SMB Optimism Index report reveals that optimism among small retailers is on an upward climb, hitting 76 …

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  • Rick Mills – “The Beginning of the End of the Dollar”

              Donald Trump will go down in history for many things, including a justice department investigation into US-Russian collusion in the 2016 election, a guilty verdict for his former campaign chair, Paul Manafort, and a guilty …

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  • This Week on the CSE – Week of Sept 24 – 28

              As the week begins we are reminded that on September 27, 1888, The Mayor of Vancouver, David Oppenheimer, officially opens Stanley Park. In 1988, Stanley Park will be designated a National Historic Site of Canada. …

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  • Frost & Sullivan Releases New Global Renewable Energy Outlook

              By the end of 2018, 154.6 gigawatts (GW) of new renewable power capacity will have been installed globally. The greatest share will come from solar photovoltaics (PV) with almost 90 GW of new additions, followed …

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  • South Africa’s food and beverage industry a key driver for future economic growth

              With South Africa having the most advanced and refined food and beverage market on the African continent, Frost & Sullivan believes in a 4%-7% estimated growth in the sector by 2020. The agricultural, agro-processing and …

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  • Frost & Sullivan predicts the smart home as a billion dollar opportunity

              The home will emerge as an increasingly valuable site for enhancing the healthcare experience as part of the progression of digital, remote, connected and virtual care. Health systems are evolving beyond care delivery of the …

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  • Frost & Sullivan: Blockchain Technology Encourages New Models of Demand Response Participation

              Grid instability and power outages caused by the peaks in energy demand are emphasizing the need for cost-efficient demand response programs all over the world. As a new model of energy distribution, DR programs will …

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  • Internet of Medical Things Spurs Home Healthcare Industry Growth Through Enabling Wearables and e-Skin Devices

              The perceptible shift from reactive healthcare to proactive patient care is a direct result of the technological advances in sensor technologies and Internet of Medical Things. Intelligent sensors are hastening the creation of a fully …

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  • Mobile Electro-Hydraulic Equipment Gains Global Ground on Electric Systems

              The growing end-user demand for energy-efficient hydraulic equipment with superior user control is opening doors to innovative mobile electro-hydraulic equipment. Due to the proliferation of smart solutions across industries, hydraulic equipment manufacturers have identified abundant …

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  • Frost & Sullivan Identifies the Top 5 Industry Shifts Fueling the Future of Drilling Systems

              Frost & Sullivan’s recent analysis, The Future of Drilling Systems, highlights the rise of disruptive technologies such as blockchain, additive manufacturing, and Artificial Intelligence and how they are setting the stage for large-scale gains in …

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  • Canadian M&A activity hits $93B in the first half of 2018

              Mergers and acquisitions activity in Canada hit CA$93 billion in the first half of 2018 primarily due to a surge in deals in the cannabis, energy, and real estate sectors, according to PwC Canada’s recent …

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