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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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Japanese and Indian Businessmen meet at the offices of TCCC

Japanese and Indian Businessmen meet at the offices of TCCC

| March 1, 2016

Japanese and Indian Businessmen meet at the offices of TCCC Isa Topbas- Toronto The Turkish Canadian Chamber of Commerce recently organized a meet-and-greet event between Japanese and Indian businessmen in Toronto. The event, which was held in the downtown offices of the TCCC saw the attendance of a large number of businessmen from both communities, […]

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TCCC Businesswomen Platform

TCCC Businesswomen Platform

| February 9, 2016

  The TCCC Businesswomen Platform is celebrating its first year and promises to be even more active this year. The celebration to commemorate the first year of the TCCC Businesswomen Platform took place at the TCCC offices in downtown Toronto. The program included discussants on issues that are important to women in the business world and served as […]

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Washington Business Summit Focuses on Turkic Markets

Washington Business Summit Focuses on Turkic Markets

| May 1, 2015 | 0 Comments

The Turkic American Alliance (TAA), the largest national Turkic organization in the US, held its fifth annual convention in Washington, which brought more than 200 businesspeople from 15 different countries together. The convention was attended by around 100 congressmen and senators in the US. Businesspeople from Central Asia, Ethiopia, Ruanda and Nigeria met with senators […]

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Connect-Canada Business Forum

Connect-Canada Business Forum

| May 1, 2015 | 0 Comments

“The event aimed to share Business experiences in Canada with participants from across the Turkey, Azerbaijan, Kazakhsitan, US and Canada” 31 businessmen from Turkey, Azerbaijan, Kazakhstan and the United States who are active and recognized in their fields of construction, real estate, building materials, food processing, livestock, agriculture, home textiles, related machinery and furniture visited […]

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Bank Asya shares jump by 42 percent following announcement

Bank Asya shares jump by 42 percent following announcement

| May 1, 2015 | 0 Comments

“ The value of the shares in Turkey’s largest Islamic lender — Bank Asya, which has been under the control of the state-run Savings Deposit Insurance Fund (TMSF) for more than two months — have jumped 41.8 percent following a recent announcement by the bank saying documents belonging to 90 percent of privileged shareholders have […]

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Canada’s Economy On A Knife Edge

Canada’s Economy On A Knife Edge

| May 1, 2015 | 0 Comments

By John West / Executive Director Asian Century Institute Discussions led by business leaders at the recent Toronto Global Forum suggest that Canada’s economy is sitting on a knife edge. Prospects for the world economy are gloomy and fragile, something Canada cannot insulate itself from. Europe’s economy is struggling.  Growth is slowing in China, Brazil […]

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Open Sesame! Alibaba Goes Global To Shatter US IPO Record

Open Sesame! Alibaba Goes Global To Shatter US IPO Record

| May 1, 2015 | 0 Comments

By Dr. Manish Sinha On 19 September 2014, a fifteen year-old company founded by former English teacher Jack Ma in Hangzhou, China embarked upon the largest initial public offering (IPO) in U.S. corporate history. In doing so, it smashed the 6-year record held by American financial services giant Visa by over 40 percent. The conglomerate, […]

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Why Invest in Brampton

Why Invest in Brampton

| November 8, 2014 | 0 Comments

A People-Powered Economy Impressive business growth rates, combined with low average annual operating costs, living costs make Brampton a choice location to live and do business. With a population of 595,000, Brampton is the ninth largest city in Canada and the third largest in the Greater Toronto Area (GTA). It is also the second fastest […]

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Taking Systemic Risk Seriously

Taking Systemic Risk Seriously

| October 28, 2014 | 0 Comments

By Simon Johnson / Former Chief Economist of the International Monetary Fund There are two leading views about the world’s financial system. The first, heard mostly from ex- ecutives at leading global banks and their allies, is that the system is safer than it has ever been. Ac- cording to this view, the events that […]

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