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McGill Business Luncheon & Workshop with Professor Restrepo

September 30, 2016
Event Report
- Ron Haigh

Results: Election to the CCCJ Board of Governors 2016-2018

New Governors for the Canadian Chamber of Commerce in Japan (CCCJ)

 

The CCCJ held its Annual General Meeting at the Canadian Embassy in Tokyo on September 29, 2016. 

 

“While we had a few unique challenges over the past year, we are back in high gear,” said board of governors’ chair Ron Haigh. “We have a new management team in place, we are building new bridges to potential members and we have great plans for the coming year.”

 

September 29, 2016
Event Report
- Ron Haigh

CCCJ Bilateral News for Sept. 27th, 2016

CCCJ Canada-Japan Bilateral News

Dear CCCJ Members,

News topics for this week:  PM opens extra diet session; translation errors in TPP documents; Japan's major opposition party elects new leader; Canada-China free trade talks; the power of algae; NEC face recognition system; $200M support for GM; Fortis to buy Michigan grid; Alberta's push to diversify economy; The vision of Ron Joyce and more.

September 27, 2016
Canada Japan Relations

CCCJ Bilaterial News - September 21, 2016

CCCJ Canada-Japan Bilateral News

Dear CCCJ Members,

News topics for this week:  Japan to keep long term rates at 0%; Scrutiny of Japan's biotech sector; 7-11 big expansion in US planned; Japan Automakers record sales in China; Fate of Japanese land prices; Trudeau still high in the polls; Ottawa to impose carbon price on provinces; Environmental Groups appeal Northern Gateway decision; Intel & Amazon back Ontario tech firm; Bill Gates points to Canada and more.

September 23, 2016
Canada Japan Relations

CCCJ Bilaterial News - September 21, 2016

CCCJ Canada-Japan Bilateral News

Dear CCCJ Members,

News topics for this week:  Japan to keep long term rates at 0%; Scrutiny of Japan's biotech sector; 7-11 big expansion in US planned; Japan Automakers record sales in China; Fate of Japanese land prices; Trudeau still high in the polls; Ottawa to impose carbon price on provinces; Environmental Groups appeal Northern Gateway decision; Intel & Amazon back Ontario tech firm; Bill Gates points to Canada and more.

September 21, 2016
Canada Japan Relations

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