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Canadian ambassadors push Atlantic companies to take advantage of markets

October 8, 2011

Four Canadian ambassadors to four of the world’s fastest growing economies all gave the same message: there’s huge opportunity overseas, though, the ride over won’t be easy.

They were in Halifax on Friday at Pier 21, the historic funnel for immigrants coming to Canada. But they weren’t interested in history, they were at the 4Front Atlantic conference discussing how the region could instead look outward to spread its ideas, goods and businesses.

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New Brunswick Business Journal
October 8, 2011

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