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MONGOLIA: AFTER THE BUST

MONGOLIA: AFTER THE BUST

| February 17, 2017

The collapse of commodity prices continues to drag down the Mongolian economy, though an IMF loan could provide a short-term solution, by John West. Mongolia is struggling to get its house in order following a colossal boom-bust cycle. “Mongolia’s vast mineral and agricultural resources, its well-educated workforce and proximity to the Chinese market make it […]

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WEF revokes invite to North Korea for Davos

WEF revokes invite to North Korea for Davos

| February 17, 2017

    Organizers of the World Economic Forum in Davos say they have revoked an invitation to a delegation from North Korea, in what appears to be an international rebuke over the secretive Communist country’s nuclear test. The WEF invitation had been extended to North Korea in the autumn “in view of positive signs coming […]

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Hong Kong seeks bigger role for Turkey in Silk Road megaproject

Hong Kong seeks bigger role for Turkey in Silk Road megaproject

| February 17, 2017

“Hong Kong, as a global financial center, could serve Turkish firms in many areas, including fundraising through IPOs and bond issuances, consultancy as well as solutions in legal disputes for development projects as part of the Belt and Road. Hong Kong looks forward to consolidating its role as a financial and logistics hub for Turkish […]

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The winner takes it all? An analysis of the impact of Trump presidency on  the Canadian economy

The winner takes it all? An analysis of the impact of Trump presidency on the Canadian economy

| February 17, 2017

by Corina Lozovan After Mr. Trump was elected the President of United States, a plethora of analysis was published, predicting big changes and most of them detrimental not only domestically but also internationally. Canada, its close neighbor, will certainly feel the effects of these elections, particularly its economy, which is one of the countries most […]

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US Companies: The source of happiness and/or stress for foreign workers…

US Companies: The source of happiness and/or stress for foreign workers…

| February 17, 2017

  A growing number of people throughout the world are working in temporary and often insecure positions in other countries.   It seems reasonable to assume that foreign workers experience even more stress than do domestic workers Foreign workers with an H1B visa are individuals who seek employment in the United States without sponsorship from a […]

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11 Tips On Getting The Most Out Of Your Business Meetings

11 Tips On Getting The Most Out Of Your Business Meetings

| February 17, 2017

Do you find yourself going to business meetings without any results? It can be frustrating to go to a meeting and get nothing accomplished. A company wastes valuable time and money in conducting business meetings that do not get any results. Here are 11 suggestions on how to get the most out of your business […]

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Mining in the Far North; Impressions of Yellowknife, NWT

Mining in the Far North; Impressions of Yellowknife, NWT

| February 17, 2017

  In the far North of Canada, lies a territory that is not in the news regularly. Many people don’t know of its capital, or much else about it. Northwest Territories is one of the three territories making up the Canadian north. With a population of roughly 43,000 residents, it is the most populous territory […]

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The New Trudeau’s New Canada

The New Trudeau’s New Canada

| February 17, 2016

Canada PM to attend G-20 in Turkey in first visit abroad Canada’s newly elected prime minister, Justin Trudeau, who just recently formed the Cabinet is set to join the G-20 summit in Turkey in his first visit abroad. Trudeau has a busy agenda ahead with four global conferences to attend, including the G-20 summit in […]

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Is Canada really back?

Is Canada really back?

| February 9, 2016

This issue Business Network focuses on Canada’s new government. The Conservatives under Harper were becoming notorious. Since winning the majority government in the 2011 election, Canada’s government increasingly began to change its stance on many issues. On many issues, the Canadian public and the Canadian government were on opposite ends. Harper and the Conservatives were […]

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Second Road Map: “Graduation and Beyond”

Second Road Map: “Graduation and Beyond”

| February 9, 2016

The event aimed strengthen the social, educational and business ties between young graduates, leading professionals, and experts to create meaningful networks. Turkish Canadian Chamber  of Commerce  in partnership with ABC Association held its second Road Map: “Graduation and Beyond”, a program, meant to bring together young professionals and industry leaders for a special opportunity to […]

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