3D Printing Is Already Starting To Threaten The Traditional Spare Parts Supply Chain
Mar 06 2017

POST WRITTEN BY Gilles Roucolle and Marc Boilard Gilles Roucolle is European Transportation Practice Leader. Marc Boilard is in the automotive practice. Both are partners based in Paris.   The race is on to use 3D printing to produce small-series parts, on demand and on location, for industries from aerospace to automotive. At stake is the shape of a $400 billion market for spare parts m...
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Canadian export officials miffed over CETA import regulations
Mar 02 2017

Mar. 2nd, 2017 by Barbara Duckworth   Canada’s free trade accord with the European Union has failed to remove many of the barriers to shipping red meat to Europe.    To read the full article, click here
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Sask. trade expert sees hope in CETA; China, India exports
Mar 01 2017

CBC News Posted: Mar 01, 2017 12:51 PM CT Last Updated: Mar 01, 2017 12:51 PM CT   'It has been a difficult period,' says Chris Dekker Despite Saskatchewan's economy slowing last year, Chris Dekker is cautiously optimistic about exports to Asia and a new Canadian-EU trade agreement this year.   To read the full article, click here
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CETA Now Moving Quickly Towards Implementation
Feb 23 2017

Article by John Boscariol and Robert Glasgow After almost ten years of preparatory work and negotiations, Canada and the European Union are now quickly moving towards implementation of the Comprehensive Economic and Trade Agreement (CETA). CETA is the most intensive and wide-ranging international trade and investment agreement completed by either party. It is often touted a...
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Despite Trump talk of 'tweaking' NAFTA, Canada could still be hurt
Feb 21 2017

By David Ljunggren and Andrea Hopkins OTTAWA (Reuters) - Although U.S. President Donald Trump says he only wants to tweak trade ties with Canada, his pledge to renegotiate NAFTA to focus on Mexico is almost impossible and Canada will not emerge unscathed, Canadian officials and trade experts said on Tuesday. To read the full article, click here
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