TORONTO – Una nuova ricerca rivela che il Canada si sta dirigendo verso una “lieve” recessione poiché gli elevati costi di indebitamento, una flessione economica negli Stati Uniti e l’inflazione persistente aumentano l’incertezza economica del Paese.
TORONTO – Misure anti inflazione, incentivi per lo sviluppo delle industrie a basso impatto ambientale e sostegno della crescita. Il Budget 2023 del governo guidato da Justin Trudeau mette nero su bianco le linee guida dell’agenda di governo per i prossimi dodici mesi e conferma quelle che erano state le priorità già elencate nell’ultimo periodo da Chrystia Freeland. Il ministro delle Finanze, ieri pomeriggio subito dopo la chiusura dei mercati, ha presentato la Manovra alla House of Commons, una legge di bilancio che stando alle previsioni dovrebbe ottenere il via libera decisivo dell’Ndp di Jagmeet Singh.
TORONTO – Canada is heading into a “mild” recession as high borrowing costs, an economic downturn in the United States and persistent inflation add to the country’s economic uncertainty, new research reveals. Deloitte Canada’s latest economic outlook, released Tuesday ahead of the federal budget, says tight monetary policy is set to constrict economic growth this year. But research suggests the recession won’t be as deep as previously expected, thanks to resilient labor markets, which keep incomes strong. (more…)
TORONTO – Will it be for transparency or, perhaps, will it be to justify the fact that rates continue to be increased even if the effects on inflation (which was supposed to fall to 2% and which is still over 6%) are not seen? Maybe.
TORONTO – Said and done. Bank of Canada raised the interest rate by another 0.50, taking it from 3.25 to 3.75 percent. Since last March, the central bank has raised the reference rate six times, “with the aim of combating inflation and bringing it back to the 2% target”, as the central bank has always maintained. A goal that is far from being achieved, as the Bank of Canada admits in the statement published today on its website (here). (more…)
TORONTO – Since Flavio Volpe became its President, the Automobile Parts Manufacturers’ Association (APMA) has been churning out newsworthy items on a regular basis. Corriere Canadese interviewed him after yet another story about Canada’s preparedness to sustain, and compete in, the Automobile Manufacturing sector appeared in Friday’s Star.
ROME – “Canada is getting closer and closer”. The export numbers say it, and the new Canadian ambassador to Italy, Elissa Golberg, confirmed it during a meeting with Barbara Beltrame Giacomello, Vice President of Confindustria with responsibility for Internationalization.
ROMA – “Il Canada è sempre più vicino”. Lo dicono i numeri dell’export e lo ha confermato la neoambasciatrice canadese in Italia, Elissa Golberg, nel corso di un incontro con Barbara Beltrame Giacomello (nella foto sopra), vicepresidente di Confindustria con delega all’Internazionalizzazione.
The holiday shopping season is in full swing. This year’s outlook is forecasted to be better than last year, according to Deloitte Canada. The accounting organization that specializes in professional services like audit, consulting and financial advisory suggests shoppers are likely to spend an estimated average of $1,841 this holiday season, an increase of 31%, compared to the $1,405 spent last year.
With over 75% of eligible Canadians fully vaccinated against Covid-19 combined with heightened consumer confidence, it’s understandable that more people are likely to venture out this year to celebrate and spend more doing so. Yet, not all appears to be positive.
জাতিসংঘের অর্থনৈতিক ও সামাজিক বিষয় সংশ্লিষ্ট প্রতিষ্ঠান ‘ইউএনডিইএসএ’ কর্তৃক ৫ নভেম্বর প্রকাশিত ২০২০-২১ সালের ১৩২ পৃষ্টার রিপোর্টে বাংলাদেশ ‘টেকসইপূর্ণ অর্থায়ন নিশ্চিত করতে পেরেছে’ বলে উল্লেখ রয়েছে। (more…)
As released on November 5, the UNDESA (United Nations Department of Economic and Social Affairs) in its 132 pages report for 2020-21, highlighted Bangladesh’s progress through ‘ensuring sustainable financing.’ (more…)
TORONTO – Con le elezioni nello specchietto retrovisore, l’attenzione dei canadesi è ora rivolta alla strada da percorrere. Parte di ciò include un governo che lavora per porre fine alla pandemia, migliorando l’accessibilità e la sostenibilità, intensificando gli sforzi di ripresa economica e creando posti di lavoro migliori…
Noon Bieyernes 25 nang Hunio 2021 ang pagunahin balita na umuugong sa Google ay Kryptokuransy (1) Ethereum, Dogecoin, BNB, XRP, (2)- maga pagalan parang planeta, diretsong galing sa siansiya pangisip-na nag dudulot nang kaguluhan o pag kasindak. Sa lahat nang ito ay ang Bitcoin. Kunting pagka takataka? Ang 52-lingo taas nang Bitcoin dating $64,863. Noon 9:06 Bieryernes nang umaga nang 25 nang Junio 2021 ito ay bumagsak pag baba nang $33,100.54. Maga experto sa prohekto sinabi na ang bagay na ito ay lalong lalala. (more…)
On Friday, June 25, 2021, the number one news trending in Google was cryptocurrency. Ethereum, Dogecoin, BNB, XRP – sounding like names of planets, straight out of science fiction – were causing quite a stir, if not panic. At the centre of it all was Bitcoin. Bitcurious? The 52-week high of Bitcoin had been $64,863. At 9:06 am on Friday, June 25, 2021, it plummeted down to $33,100.54. Experts project that things are going get worse. (more…)
Advances in technology and digital connectivity has made life a lot more convenient. If you can connect to some sort of network, you can communicate with anyone and work from almost anywhere.
Toronto, May 26: For the first time, Bangladesh is going to provide a $200 million loan to debt-ridden Sri Lanka from the foreign exchange reserve in a swap deal. Although, the Daily Star in Bangladesh reported that, this debt amount would be $500 million. (more…)