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A Canadian national economic strategy for Asia

2012

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During the period from 2010 to 2025, Asia is projected to generate 33 percent of global economic growth. Asia's growth has huge implications for governments and companies around the world, and how they react will fundamentally shape their future prospects. On the following pages, we take a closer look at the opportunities and challenges for Canadian companies doing business in China, given that China is now Canada's second-largest trading partner. And we outline actions that Canada's governments and business leaders could take, both separately and together, to build closer ties with Asia.

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