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The Dimensions of Value Added in Gateways and Corridors (276KB)
David Gillen, Graham Parsons, Peter Wallis, Barry Prentice
 
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Canada’s Virtual Gateway: When Trade Technologies become a Key Value Creation Lever (6.84MB)
Presenter: Gilles Morin, VP Global Trade Management, Export Development Canada
 
  PANEL I
 
Towards a Comprehensive Value Capture Action Plan (5.41MB)
John Higginbotham, Principal Advisor Asia-Pacific Gateway and Corridor Initiative, Transport Canada
Stephen Van Dine, Associate Director General, Policy Integration and Research, Strategic Policy, Transport Canada
Value Added Services in a Global Value Chain Context (944KB)
Bill James, Director General, Services Industries Branch, Industry Canada
   
  PANEL II
 
Embracing Challenges and Leveraging Opportunities (940KB)
Taylor Hladik, Deputy Director and Senior Advisor, Pacific Gateway International Marketing Group, Foreign Affairs and International Trade Canada
Building the Gateway Economy in Western Canada (932KB)
Naina Sloan, Director Policy, Planning & External Relations, Western Economic Diversification Canada
   
  PANEL III
 
To be a Leading Trade Corridor Gateway (2.36MB)
Andrew Hamilton, Manager Business Development, Prince Rupert Port Authority
Value Capture Strategy (1.70MB)
Peter Xotta, VP Business Development, Vancouver Fraser Port Authority
   
  PANEL IV
 
Towards a Value-Added Strategy (1.19MB)
Prof. Garland Chow, Director Bureau of Intelligent Transportation Systems and Freight Security; Professor SAUDER School of Business, University of British Columbia
APGCI Value-Adding Opportunity (6.72MB)
David Fung, President and Managing Director ACDEG International Inc.; Chairman Canadian Manufacturers & Exporters Association
 
  PANEL V
 
Three Questions for a Value-Added Logistics Strategy (7.89MB)
Prof. Peter V. Hall, Simon Fraser University
Hanging by a Thread? Transportation Challenges to the Efficiency of Global Value Chains (4.03MB)
Prof. Jean-Paul Rodrigue, Hofstra University

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