Best Policy Practices for Promoting Inward and Outward Foreign ...

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The International Trade and Investment Centre

The aim of the International Trade and Investment

Centre is to help Canadian leaders better understand

what global economic dynamics—such as global and

regional supply chains, domestic barriers to trade,

and tighter border security—could mean for public

policies and business strategies.

The Centre

Promotes informed dialogue on Canada’s global economic

role through independent, clearly

communicated, evidence-based research

Contributes to enhanced Canadian living standards by

providing a sound basis for business and

government decisions that enhance trade and

investment outcomes

Proposes solutions for improving Canada’s future

trade and investment performance, rooted in the

Centre’s original research findings, combined with

other emerging analyses

Brings together business and government leaders

in an off-the-record forum to hear from top

global thinkers and share successful trade and

investment strategies

Insights you can count on [ ]

The International Trade and Investment Centre publishes

evidence-based, accessible, and timely reports on key

global trade and investment issues. Research is arranged

under these themes:

Trade and investment policy

Barriers to trade and investment

Tracking global value supply chains/

regional value chains

Internationalization of SMEs

Environment, trade, and investment

Recent Reports

Canada’s “Missing” Trade With the European Union/

Le commerce « manquant » du Canada avec

l’Union européenne

Some Plain Talk About Canada’s International Trade/

Un regard franc sur le commerce extérieur au


The Financial Crisis, Regulatory Reform, and

International Coordination: What Remains to Be Done

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