The Canada-China relationship: Keeping up the momentum

October 29, 2013

Canada 2020 and the Canadian Council of Chief Executives present: The Canada-China Relationship – Keeping up the momentum.

As conversations about Canada’s engagement in the Trans Pacific Partnership heat up, CEOs engaged in the Asian marketplace have a unique perspective about the current and future state of our economic relationship with China.

On October 29th, Canada 2020 and the CCCE hosted an in-depth panel conversation about the way forward for our two countries.

Presented in partnership with:


Tuesday, October 29th, 2013
5:00 to 6:30 PM, Château Laurier Hotel, Ottawa


The event was framed by a keynote presentation from Wendy Dobson who is the author of the new book Partners and rivals: the uneasy future of China’s relationship with the United States.

Background materials:

Featured Participants

Bruce Simpson

McKinsey & Company Bio

Hon. John Manley, P.C.

President & CEO, Canadian Council of Chief Executives Bio

Ralph Lutes

Teck Bio

The Honourable Brad Wall

Premier, Saskatchewan Bio

Wendy Dobson

Professor, Rotman School of Management Bio

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