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The Global Marketplace of 2030: Will Canada be Competitive? 

This article entitled “Fast Forward to the Global Marketplace of 2030: Will Canada be competitive?” was featured in the November, 2012 CEO issue of the Financial Post magazine, which features Canada’s Top 100 CEOs and profiles Canada’s Top CEO of the year.

Canada’s competitiveness, high growth markets, and where opportunity and power will reside in the shifting global marketplace of tomorrow, are addressed in this feature profiling Willy Kruh, National and Global Chairman for Consumer Markets, and National Leader of KPMG in Canada’s High Growth Markets, along with Matt Tedford, National Leader of KPMG in Canada’s Transactions and Restructuring practice. According to Kruh, “These markets will experience double-digit growth and contribute to the growth for businesses around the world. The economic expansion of these nations is going to shift the largest consumer base away from North America and Europe and into these key regions. It’s where every business’s attention should be focused over the next 20 years — this is where the future is.”

 

This article is part of a series running in the National Post online, between now and the end of January.  Check out our latest article on recent policy changes in the Indian market, and watch for an upcoming profile from our China Practice in the new year.

 

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