Name:Calling Manitoba Members - Let's Talk Exports
Date:April 10, 2017 - May 10, 2017
Let's Talk Exports, May 10, 2017, Winnipeg, MB
Last year, voters registered their frustration with economic and political mismanagement.
Is policy going to shift away from openness and freer trade during 2017 ? Can Canada
expect more restrictive trade with the critical US market?
Join Peter G. Hall, Vice-President and Chief Economist, Export Development Canada (EDC),
to get the latest information on the global economy and its impact on Canadian businesses.
- the impact of the shifts in US trade policy
- the political uncertainty in the developed world
- the key risks facing the world economy
- the impact on Canadian exporters
- and much more
- businesses that are currently exporting or are planning to export
- members of financial institutions
- industry associations
- those that service the export community
Join the conversation: #LetsTalkExports / @PeterGHallXIII
Date & Time: Wednesday, May 10, 2017, 11:30 a.m. – 1:45 p.m. (Presentations begin at 12:00 p.m.) Place:Delta Hotels by Marriott Winnipeg, 350 St Mary Avenue, Delta Rooms B & C, Winnipeg, Manitoba Price: Individual: $30.00; Table of 8: $210.00 (Registration includes lunch)
Vice-President and Chief Economist
Peter Hall joined Export Development Canada (EDC) in November 2004. With over 25 years of experience in economic analysis and forecasting, Mr. Hall is responsible for overseeing EDC’s economic analysis, country risk assessment and corporate research groups. In addition to preparing strategic advice for senior management at EDC, Mr. Hall is a featured speaker at conferences, international roundtables and policy fora, and regularly appears in television, radio and print media commenting on the world economy and Canadian international trade issues. He produces a widely circulated print and video weekly commentary covering an eclectic range of current global economic issues.
Prior to joining EDC, Mr. Hall directed the economic forecasting activities of the Conference Board of Canada. Mr. Hall has served as president of both the Canadian Association for Business Economics, a 600-member national association of professional economists, and its largest local chapter, the Ottawa Economics Association. Mr. Hall has degrees in economics from both Carleton University and the University of Toronto.
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