Success in today’s China lies in sustainable and substantive corporate social responsibility policies. Image-building exercises don’t cut it.
Canada’s official human rights and good governance rhetoric seems to be subordinated, in practice, to business interests.
EU says reassuring Canadians.
While attention to Asia and Europe is high, commodities, equipment, and services associated with the agriculture and agri-food business have largely underexploited potential in the region.
Infinito Gold says it is stuck in a ‘legal vacuum,’ but some Canadian NGOs say it is bullying an eco-friendly country.
Civil society and business say they are figuring out how to do it—but jurisdictional barriers make for an uphill climb.
The foreign minister’s parliamentary secretary heads there this week. Canada should set up an active bilateral aid program and find ways to encourage people-to-people exchange with the Asian country.