• Economic reports/Les rapports économiques

  • Economic reports will be posted in both official languages when available.
    Les rapports économiques seront affichés dans les deux langues officielles quand disponible.

  • 5 Minutes for Business/5 minutes pour les affaires

     

     

    5 Minutes for Business: Fighting for NAFTA—Better to Have No Deal than a Bad Deal

    This brief provides an update on the NAFTA negotiations and the potentially deal-breaking proposals U.S. negotiators have presented.

     

    5 Minutes for Business: Hammering Business – Finance Canada’s New Crackdown (August 22)

    This brief examines what is driving the government’s most radical tax overhaul in 50 years.

     

  • The Economies of the Atlantic Provinces

    The Economies of the Atlantic Provinces is a resource for understanding economic
    developments in New Brunswick, Nova Scotia, Prince Edward Island and Newfoundland
    and Labrador. This overview highlights changes over the recent past and provides insights
    as to where the economies of each may be headed. The ‘charts’ reflect data sets from 2000
    to 2016 (or latest year available), gathered from a variety of sources (documented on each).

    Report

  • Energy East Pipeline Newsletter/Oléoduc Énergie Est Infolettre

    Read the English version online at: www.energyeastpipeline.com
    Lire la version française en-ligne: www.oleoducenergieest.com

  • The need for a regional ICT strategy

    The Atlantic Provinces Economic Council (APEC) is a policy research organization whose mandate is to further economic progress in Atlantic Canada and build synergies among its stakeholders to strengthen the region’s position in a rapidly changing world. 

    APEC is an independent, non-government, not-for-profit organization supported by its members and guided by a board of directors from across the Atlantic region.

    We are pleased to share a commentary from Gerry Pond, chairman and co-founder of Mariner Partners Inc., on the need for a regional ICT strategy in Atlantic Canada. It is based on his keynote address to the business Outlook conference in Fredericton last month.

    Pond commentary - regional ICT

  • Opportunities for Atlantic Canada SMEs in the EU Government Procurement Market/Débouchés pour les PME du Canada atlantique dans le secteur des marchés publics de l'UE

    The ACC is pleased to announce the public release of a report entitled Opportunities for Atlantic Canada SMEs in the EU Government Procurement Market.  
     
    The report provides readers with detailed information about the nature of new regulations that will come into force under CETA, strategies for entering European public markets, and information on government procurement (past and future) that local businesses can use to assess new opportunities to expand trade.
     
    Research for the report was provided by EY Canada with financial support from the Atlantic Canada Opportunities Agency.
     
    La CCA est fière d'annoncer la publication d'un rapport intitulé  Débouchés pour les PME du Canada atlantique dans le secteur des marchés publics de l'UE
     
    Le rapport fournira aux lecteurs des informations détaillées sur la nature des nouveaux règlements qui entreront en vigueur en vertu de l'AECG, des stratégies pour accéder les marchés publics européens et informations sur les marchés publics (passées et futures) que les entreprises locales peuvent utiliser pour évaluer les nouvelles opportunités pour le commerce extérieur.

    Les services de recherche a été fournie par EY Canada avec un soutien financier de l'APECA.