Ontario is growing, but slowly. Weaker-than-expected exports in 2015 will hold the province’s growth to about 2 per cent this year, with most of this growth will be concentrated in the second half of 2015. The low dollar and improvement in U.S. economy, should create positive momentum for Ontario, but by how much? And when?
Join Pedro Antunes and Fares Bounajm for highlights from the most recent Provincial Outlook Economic Forecast.
This 60-minute session will focus on how the economic situation in Ontario may affect your business plans and strategies in the years to come. If you do business in the Province of Ontario, you won’t want to miss this session.
- Hear expert interpretation of the provincial outlook for 2016, including all the key economic indicators.
- Learn more about how households remain the main driver of growth in Ontario’s economy.
- Get more about the factors—some temporary, some more structural—plaguing exporters in Canada’s manufacturing heartland.
- Find out how tourism is experiencing a resurgence, fuelled by the low dollar and sporting events.
Executive Director, Economic Outlook and Analysis, and Deputy Chief Economist. Pedro Antunes is responsible for managing a team of economists in producing the Conference Board’s national and provincial medium and long-term economic forecasts along with other economic indicators and reports.
Fares Bounajm is an Economist in the Conference Board’s Provincial Forecast team, contributing to the Board’s National and Provincial Outlooks. In this role, Fares focuses on business investment, the Ontario economy and the performance of motor vehicles and parts manufacturing industries, as well as the mining sector.
Full Price: $399
Your Price: $199
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