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Report, Returns and Statistics of the Inland Revenues of the Dominion of Canada ..., Part 1
Report, Returns and Statistics of the Inland Revenues of the Dominion of Canada ..., Part 1
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Minister Fast Delivers Address to Advance Trade and Investment Agenda | Le ministre Fast prononce un discours theme ou il presente le programme commerce et investissement du Canada
Minister Fast Delivers Address to Advance Trade and Investment Agenda | Le ministre Fast prononce un discours theme ou il presente le programme commerce et investissement du Canada
August 6, 2012 London, England The Honourable Ed Fast, Minister of International Trade and Minister for the Asia-Pacific Gateway, met with key international business leaders at Canada House during an investment conference, organized in partnership with the Financial Times, promoting Canada’s strong economic fundamentals and competitive advantages. During his opening address to the leaders, Minister Fast highlighted the way Canada’s gold-medal economic performance attracts leading innovation-driven information and communications technology (ICT) sector companies to invest and grow in Canada. Top global ICT companies such as Adobe, Microsoft and Oracle, and leading British firms such as Invensys and Aveva have established offices in Canada. More than 32,000 ICT companies in Canada employ nearly 556,000 people across the country. Revenues from the sector reached $168.3 billion in 2011, with exports worth $ 17.8 billion in 2011. Canada’s superb technology infrastructure, talented workforce, ample R & D spending and competitive advantages offer investors an impressive and attractive business environment. Photo: Minister Fast and Gordon Campbell, Canada’s High Commissioner to the United Kingdom, with conference speakers, Canadian gold medal Olympians and RCMP officers in front of the digital totem at Canada Olympic House. (left to right): RCMP Sergeant Serniuk; High Commissioner Campbell; Ben Bar-Haim, General Manager, AMD Canada; Natan Aronshtam, Partner, Global Managing Director, R&D and Government Incentives Deloitte & Touche LLP; Ashley McIver, 2010 Olympic gold medallist (cross ski); Tom Jenkins, Executive Chairman and Chief Strategy Officer, OpenText; Minister Fast; Stephane D’Astous, General Manager, Eidos-Montreal; Jayna Hefford, 2010 Olympic gold medallist (hockey); Mark Henderson, President and Chief Executive Officer, Ericsson Canada Inc.; Paul Taylor, Head of Business Technology and Telecoms Editor, Financial Times; RCMP Sergeant Paradis . Le 6 aout 2012 Londres, Angleterre Le ministre du Commerce international et ministre de la porte d’entree de l’Asie-Pacifique, l’honorable Ed Fast, a rencontre d’importants chefs d’entreprise du monde entier a la Maison du Canada a l’occasion d’une conference sur l’investissement visant a promouvoir les solides fondements economiques et avantages concurrentiels du Canada. Dans son allocution d’ouverture, le ministre Fast a souligne l’attrait qu’exerce la performance economique inegalee du Canada, digne d’une medaille d’or, sur des entreprises de pointe du secteur des technologies de l’information et des communications (TIC) axees sur l’innovation qui desirent investir et etendre leurs activites au Canada. De grandes entreprises mondiales des TIC, telles qu’Adobe, Microsoft, Oracle, et des societes britanniques de premier plan, telles qu’Invensys et Aveva, ont etabli des bureaux au Canada. Le Canada compte plus de 32 000 entreprises du secteur des TIC, qui emploient pres de 556 000 personnes. En 2011, les revenus de ce secteur ont atteint 168,3 milliards de dollars et ses exportations 17,8 milliards. L’infrastructure technologique de premier ordre du Canada, sa main-d’?uvre talentueuse, ses genereuses depenses en R-D et ses avantages concurrentiels offrent aux investisseurs un climat d’affaires remarquable et tres attrayant. Photo : Le ministre Fast et le haut-commissaire du Canada au Royaume-Uni, M. Gordon Campbell, en compagnie de conferenciers, de medailles d’or olympiques canadiens et d’agents de la GRC, devant le totem numerique de la Maison olympique du Canada. De gauche a droite : Le sergent Serniuk de la GRC; le haut-commissaire du Canada, M. Gordon Campbell; le directeur general d’AMD Canada, M. Ben Bar-Haim; l’associe et directeur des services mondiaux, R-D et mesures incitatives gouvernementales, Deloitte & Touche LLP, M. Natan Aronshtam; la medaillee d’or olympique de 2010 (ski cross), Mme Ashley McIver; le president executif et stratege en chef d’OpenText, M. Tom Jenkins; le ministre Fast; le directeur general d’Eidos-Montreal, M. Stephane D’Astous; la medaillee d’or olympique de 2010 (hockey), Mme Jayna Hefford; le president-directeur general d’Ericsson Canada Inc., M. Mark Henderson; le redacteur en chef, technologie des affaires et telecommunications du Financial Times, M. Paul Taylor; le sergent Paradis de la GRC.
Minister Fast Delivers Address to Advance Trade and Investment Agenda | Le ministre Fast prononce un discours ou il presente le programme de commerce et d’investissement du Canada
Minister Fast Delivers Address to Advance Trade and Investment Agenda |  Le ministre Fast prononce un discours ou il presente le programme de commerce et d’investissement du Canada
August 6, 2012 London, England The Honourable Ed Fast, Minister of International Trade and Minister for the Asia-Pacific Gateway, met with key international business leaders at Canada House during an investment conference , organized in partnership with the Financial Times, promoting Canada’s strong economic fundamentals and competitive advantages. During his opening address to the leaders, Minister Fast highlighted the way Canada’s gold-medal economic performance attracts leading innovation-driven information and communications technology (ICT) sector companies to invest and grow in Canada. Top global ICT companies such as Adobe, Microsoft and Oracle, and leading British firms such as Invensys and Aveva have established offices in Canada. More than 32,000 ICT companies in Canada employ nearly 556,000 people across the country. Revenues from the sector reached $168.3 billion in 2011, with exports worth $ 17.8 billion in 2011. Canada’s superb technology infrastructure, talented workforce, ample R & D spending and competitive advantages offer investors an impressive and attractive business environment. Photo: Conference panellists discuss Canada's ICT sector (left to right): Stephane D’Astous, General Manager, Eidos-Montreal; Natan Aronshtam, Partner, Global Managing Director, R&D and Government Incentives Deloitte & Touche LLP; Tom Jenkins, Executive Chairman and Chief Strategy Officer, OpenText; Ben Bar-Haim, General Manager, AMD Canada; Mark Henderson, President and Chief Executive Officer, Ericsson Canada Inc.; Paul Taylor, Head of Business Technology and Telecoms Editor, Financial Times. Le 6 aout 2012 Londres, Angleterre Le ministre du Commerce international et ministre de la porte d’entree de l’Asie-Pacifique, l’honorable Ed Fast, a rencontre d’importants chefs d’entreprise du monde entier a la Maison du Canada a l’occasion d’une conference sur l’investissement visant a promouvoir les solides fondements economiques et avantages concurrentiels du Canada. Dans son allocution d’ouverture, le ministre Fast a souligne l’attrait qu’exerce la performance economique inegalee du Canada, digne d’une medaille d’or, sur des entreprises de pointe du secteur des technologies de l’information et des communications (TIC) axees sur l’innovation qui desirent investir et etendre leurs activites au Canada. De grandes entreprises mondiales des TIC, telles qu’Adobe, Microsoft, Oracle, et des societes britanniques de premier plan, telles qu’Invensys et Aveva, ont etabli des bureaux au Canada. Le Canada compte plus de 32 000 entreprises du secteur des TIC, qui emploient pres de 556 000 personnes. En 2011, les revenus de ce secteur ont atteint 168,3 milliards de dollars et ses exportations 17,8 milliards. L’infrastructure technologique de premier ordre du Canada, sa main-d’?uvre talentueuse, ses genereuses depenses en R-D et ses avantages concurrentiels offrent aux investisseurs un climat d’affaires remarquable et tres attrayant. Photo : Les conferenciers discutent du secteur canadien des TIC De gauche a droite : le directeur general d’Eidos-Montreal, M. Stephane D’Astous; l’associe et directeur des services mondiaux, R-D et mesures incitatives gouvernementales, Deloitte & Touche LLP, M. Natan Aronshtam; le president executif et stratege en chef d’OpenText, M. Tom Jenkins; le directeur general d’AMD Canada, M. Ben Bar-Haim; le president-directeur general d’Ericsson Canada Inc., M. Mark Henderson; le redacteur en chef, technologie des affaires et telecommunications du Financial Times, M. Paul Taylor.
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