OTTAWA, Dec. 8, 2015 /CNW/ - Daniel Koldyk, a leading Chinese-Canadian trade expert, will today be a presenter during the Vancouver International Trade and Investment Summit on China's 13th Five-Year Plan.
Mr. Koldyck is a Senior Researcher at Export Development Canada (EDC),where he focuses on international investment, the Chinese economy, and the internationalization of the RMB.
Mr. Koldyk will discuss the importance of the five-year plan process and why it should be thought of as an economic and social blueprint for China's near-term development (2016-2020), and highlight the economic sectors that stand the most to gain.
The presentation will also look at the rapid rise of the renminbi (RMB) as an international currency, and address four critical questions for Canadian companies:
- Why is the world paying attention to the RMB?
- What are the main drivers behind the RMB's global rise?
- Why should Canadian companies get in the game?
- How can EDC help Canada's exporters gain a competitive edge?
About the Vancouver International Trade and Investment Summit
The mission of The Vancouver International Trade and investment summit is to empower Canadian entrepreneurs and company leaders to seize such opportunities by gaining the insights that can be transformed into foresights and knowledge, integrated with tools and resources, into actionable strategies that propel rapid growth and long-term success in the global market.
EDC is Canada's trade finance agency, providing financing and insurance solutions locally and around the world to help Canadian companies of any size respond to international business opportunities. As a profitable Crown corporation that operates on commercial principles, EDC works with private- and public-sector financial institutions to create greater capacity for Canadian companies to engage in trade and investment. For more information about how we can help your company, call us at 1-888-434-8508 or visit www.edc.ca.
SOURCE Export Development Canada
For further information: Spokesperson: Caroline Elie, Export Development Canada, (613) 598-3063, email@example.com