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China Brief | Edition 05

Edition 05: What the heat-up in the China-U.S. trade dispute could mean for Canada, how Chinese recycling restrictions continue to impact Canadian communities, and how the future of Chinese agriculture may be in self-driving combines. Read more… Quote of the week: “But always in the background [this week] was China – its growing power in

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China Brief | Aecon decision: China Brief readers share their thoughts

Last week, we asked China Brief readers to share their thoughts on Ottawa’s decision to block the sale of Aecon to China. Here’s a snapshot of what we heard. *Note that China Brief will not be publishing on Monday, June 11, but will return to your inbox the following week, Monday, June 18. On May

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China Brief | Edition 04

Edition 04: In this edition, Canada says no to the Aecon deal, Air Canada wades into the Taiwan dispute, and we find out China’s top polluters. Plus, have your say in our Aecon poll. Quote of the week: “For decades, now, Liberal governments have courted Chinese favour, have sought access to its market of more

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China Brief | Edition 3

Edition 3: We take a deep dive into Chinese investment in Canada, Minister MacAulay heads to China to sell Canadian ag, and the China-U.S. trade spat simmers. Also, panda cubs! Quote of the week: “As far as investments go, this one is pretty black and white.” – Rachel Notley on the pandas at the Calgary Zoo.

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China Brief | Edition 2

  Edition 2: The debate around the potential sale of one of Canada’s major construction companies to a China SOE heats up; more chest-thumping on the China-U.S. trade spat; and a look at what the Canadian Senate did to get the Chinese government riled up.  Quote of the week “At a time when Western leaders

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Western Canada’s trading relationship with China

One of the pillars of Canada’s – and more specifically, Western Canada’s – relationship with China is trade. China is the second largest export market for all four Western provinces. Of course, our trade with China also includes things we import, as well as trade in services and investment. Taken together, Western Canada’s total trade

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