Container Rates from China Start Rising Again
As shipping rates started coming down and the chaos for supply chains started improving, it looks like container rates from China to the U.S. are starting to creep up again.
Sugar Distributor Expands Products
Vancouver-based sugar distributor, Rogers Sugar, is looking to expand its Montreal production facility to increase production by 20%. It’s expected to cost $200 milliion.
U.S. Subsidies Creating Winners & Losers
With the U.S. CHIPS Act, it’s caused a battle for investments between US, Canada and Germany competing for clean energy and semiconductor investment and development of those industries in their respective countries.
It’s becoming “who’s willing to show the money” that can attract the investments and that’s creating winners and losers.
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