Trade deal with South Korea would boost British Columbia

Wat, Teresa
March 2014
South Asian Post;3/6/2014, p16
The author reflects on the impact of the trade and investment deals with South Korea on British Columbia (B.C.). Topics discussed include competitive business environment, diverse and skilled workforce and quality of life due to the deal in B.C., improvement to the province's trade, economic and government-to-government relations with Korean partners and dependency of B.C. on trade and investment for economic growth and job creation.


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