Canada remains one of the most welcoming and profitable places in the world for international business and foreign direct investment.
“ We have had a tremendous experience in Canada, having found great capabilities in R&D, engineering, processor development and software development. This has helped us grow from a company with $52 million in Canadian revenues in 1994 to $2 billion today. ”
Robert Lloyd, Executive Vice-President for Worldwide Operations, Cisco
Canada’s economy continues to outperform those of most other industrialized countries. Driving this remarkable performance are a series of competitive advantages, such as low business costs and corporate tax rates, ready access to markets, a highly skilled and educated workforce, strong public support for R&D and stable, robust financial institutions.
- Canada is the best country for business in the G-20 according to Forbes Magazine’s November 2012 study.
- For the sixth consecutive year, the World Economic Forum rates Canada’s banking system as the world’s soundest.
- The International Monetary Fund and the Organisation for Economic Cooperation and Development both forecast that Canada will remain among the leaders of the world’s major economies through at least 2013.
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