The official magazine of the Canadian Trade Commissioner Service

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The transformation of Turkey

With an economy that's tripled in size in the last decade, a low‑cost skilled workforce, a strategic location and moves to "value‑up" in areas such as technology and aerospace, the market for Canadian products and services in Turkey is strong. Find out how to write your company into Turkey's amazing success story.

New tool helps Canadian SMEs access natural gas reserve

A new hands-on tool can be used by Canadian businesses to pursue business development with tier 1 and tier 2 suppliers active in the Marcellus Shale Gas Reserve, the largest of its kind in North America.

Access $120 billion in projects through Expo 2020 Dubai

The United Arab Emirates will host the World Expo in Dubai in 2020, the first time the World's Fair will be held in the region—a significant milestone for the UAE. Projects worth an estimated $120 billion are expected to get underway leading up to Expo 2020.

May 28 webinar:
Tap into Irish med tech and pharma opportunities

Canadian companies in the medical technology and pharmaceutical sectors are invited to join an upcoming Canadian Trade Commissioner Service webinar that will focus on reimbursement strategies and procurement policies in the Irish life science market. Register today.

Join an upcoming trade mission to Angola

Luanda, Angola, June 22-26, 2015 — Canadian companies are invited to join a trade mission and a high-level round table with key government officials in Angola. This mission will highlight business opportunities in various sectors such as oil and gas, power generation, water and sanitation, and infrastructure. The Canadian Trade Commissioner Service will provide market information and help Canadian participants to arrange meetings with potential partners.

Business opportunities in the Chilean
forestry sector

Concepción, Chile, November 18-20, 2015 — Canada will have a pavilion at ExpoCorma 2015, Chile's largest international trade show for the forestry industry. The Canadian Trade Commissioner Service (TCS) is organizing activities to make this event a success for Canadian participants.