Despite challenges, continent could offer opportunities for exporters
Keep track of the international markets that matter to your business. Get the latest financial and macroeconomic information for both developed and emerging markets.
Commodity prices can impact exporting, world trade and your business, but you can stay abreast of prices and other indicators with this at-a-glance report.
International markets can be fiercely competitive. Find out how to edge out the competition.
No more filling out paper forms. Exporters can now electronically declare their shipments leaving Canada.
EDC’s Emiliano Introcaso and Ryan Oxley outline the rewards and risks of export payment terms.
Insights and analysis from EDC to help plan your global expansion in the Indo-Pacific and Asia.
Women’s group helps Black, racialized and immigrant business owners get their goods in stores.
Canadian companies could benefit from massive energy transition
Canadian exporters need to remain alert
Understand and develop a marketing strategy to help generate demand in foreign markets.
Because Incoterms® provide a common logistics vocabulary, using them significantly reduces the potential for disputes over logistics.
An EDC Export Help advisor takes a closer look at the first incoterm – EXW.
Learn how customs brokers can help facilitate trade for Canadian exporters.
The key for FCA is to specify the delivery point in the contract of sale.
With surging commodity prices, record inflation and the war in Ukraine, Canadian companies are facing new challenges and potential risks.
EDC’s Global Economic Outlook provides insights to help you make better business decisions.
Reconciling Europe’s current energy supply crunch with its long-term climate agenda
Doing business in Mexico: Learn a little Spanish, embrace the country and opt for face-to-face meetings.
The dizzying themes of 2022 and what lies ahead
You’ve spoken to your banker, perhaps taken a course on export basics and ticked off all the boxes highlighting that you’re ready to take your business to the next level. It’s time to build an export plan.
Learn about the most common types of political risks including real-world examples.
Getting started with exporting isn’t always easy. The good news: Even if you’re just considering taking that first step, you may be further along in the exporting journey than you think.
Certificates of origin (COs) are legal documents that declare the origin of a product. When you export goods to an overseas customer, you must include a CO with your shipment.
Managing the opportunities, risks for Canadian companies in the energy, agri-food, auto sectors
As companies worldwide navigate their way through myriad challenges, our year-end Trade Confidence Index (TCI) shows Canadian exporters are concerned that a global economic slowdown and rising interest rates will have a negative impact on their overall business. Discover what else is top of mind for them, including their countries of interest when planning to expand overseas.
EDC’s Trade Confidence Index drops sharply for third consecutive time
Jean Blondin of Abipa International, an aerospace firm, reveals top tips for an M&A strategy.
Leftist wave constrained by economic realities
Federal trade experts can help Canadian businesses go global. You just need to know who to call.
Quebec’s Abipa International merges with overseas firm as part of global growth strategy.
Türkiye is modernizing its manufacturing capabilities. How can Canadian companies participate?
CarbiCrete, a tech company in Montreal, wins EDC’s pitch competition during Cleantech Export Week.
Trends in Europe’s food and agriculture industries offer big opportunities for Canadian companies.
Despite downbeat outlook, Canadian companies shouldn’t sit on sidelines
Prospects for Canadian exports uneven across sectors
From cutting-edge technologies and environmental solutions, five companies were awarded top honours.
Indigenous entrepreneur puts community front and centre
Access to capital constrains our cleantech aspirations
Fragile global economy leaves little room for error
AKA riding wave of growth as energy giants look for best-in-class power and propulsion solutions.
Steady support keeps this Indigenous-owned sawmill buzzing in a volatile market.
EDC Economics’ keeps close eye on crucial long-term trends
Mining, energy and infrastructure offer opportunities for Canadian companies in Peru
Recent events have brought global food insecurity to crisis levels. But Canada can help.
Fuel your growth with EDC’s Account Performance Security Guarantee (APSG)
EDC Economics unveils its Top 10 global risks
Does Europe’s energy predicament offer an opportunity for Canadian oil and gas?
EDC Economics identifies the challenges facing Canadian companies, including rising inflation, the energy crunch and war in Ukraine.
What past economic downturns reveal about what’s to come
Opportunities abound, but do your homework first
Global economic growth expected to be considerably weaker
Increased global uncertainty dims Canadian exporters’ outlook
The Forum for International Trade Training celebrates 30 years as a global leader in trade education.
Canada is a global leader in clean technology and these five companies are why.
Jenn Harper, owner of Cheekbone Beauty, donates proceeds from her makeup sales to help Indigenous.
Canada’s cultural sector has potential to boost international sales
A look at the trends and individuals driving growth and innovation for Indigenous businesses.
Paying attention to peripheral vision key to anticipating tail risks
Agri-food, infrastructure and health care are areas of interest for Canadian companies in Brazil.
Conflict heightens economic, social, political country risks
How EDC helped an optical systems consulting company grow internationally.
Energy, agriculture supply disruptions threaten stability of developing markets
The U.K. remains a durable springboard for Canadian companies into the European market.
Entrenched vulnerabilities threaten Canada’s growth potential
War in Ukraine highlights changing global system
Widespread access to capital key to ensuring our continued relevance
With its young population, skyrocketing global growth, Indonesia is an established economic force.
Market offers opportunity for those prepared to take on risk
Post-pandemic labour market tightness sign of things to come
Discover valuable insights in EDC’s Global Economic Outlook
Central bankers walk fine line between inflation, financial market volatility
How to protect your business against disruptions
Canadian entrepreneurs like you learn how to navigate international contracts.
Frequently asked questions about the impacts the Russia-Ukraine conflict is having on global trade
Crisis complicates already difficult policy tradeoffs
Owners of three women-led companies in the food-processing sector give tips for exporting to the U.S.
Current energy transition challenges will create new class of winners
Reflections on EDC’s latest Country Risk Quarterly
How EDC helped this Black-owned business grow internationally
Genecis utilizes bacteria to convert food waste into PHA plast
Supply chain disruptions raise questions around future of offshoring
By reducing energy costs and generating less waste, you can make your supply chain more sustainable.
Trucker blockades at Canada-U.S. borders put added stress on Canadian supply chains.
The movie is done, roll the credits!
As I retire from EDC, a few observations
EDC seeks to encourage and assist Black entrepreneurs to grow their companies by exporting.
Strategies for Canadian exporters
Get ready for sooner, swifter increases
Find out how to make a detailed roadmap to take your business where you want it to go.
The Harmonized System (HS) uses six-digit codes to identify globally traded products.
Business is finding it hard to keep pace
Canadian exporters should continue to monitor the global economic environment
We’re off to a sizzling start, but current constraints remain
For any Canadian business entering a global market, the risks can be daunting. Planning ahead is key.
Challenges aside, Canadian exporters hold bright view of 2022
Growth may be testing capacity limits, but not for all
Current capacity crunch reveals sub-par investment
G2V, a cleantech company revolutionizing the aerospace and food industries with light technology.