A commitment to customer service, and a willingness to deal in Chinese renminbi, has opened up a wealth of new opportunities for a British Columbia exporter.
Canadian companies can drive growth with Chinese trade and investment
Event highlights of the panel discussion "Being bold, staying the course: the future for China's economic and financial reform agenda" from the "HSBC Forum: RMB, Reform and China's Global Future" on 26 March 2015 in Hong Kong.
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With expected weakening of the RMB against the CAD dollar in 2015, contracts settled in RMB will be more attractive to Chinese buyers than those denominated in either Canadian or U.S. currency.
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Canadian exporters bring in hundreds of billions a year. Before companies sell overseas, though, they need to research documentation requirements and understand potential risks.
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