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Grit, Loyalty and Optimism are the Baron’s True North

David Thomson, quite possibly the richest man in Canada, finds value in art — and ice hockey By TONY LENNOX When the fans of the Winnipeg Jets ice hockey team sing the O Canada anthem before a game, the line

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Climate change denier, Mining Champion, Sworn Enemy of Green Policies — Gina Rinehart’s Lonely, Determined Path

The Thatcher fan and chair of Hancock Prospecting has little sympathy for the Left, green policies, or the Channel Nine TV station… By TONY LENNOX Gina Rinehart has the power to move mountains — literally — and the chair of

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Biggest Commodity Price Shock in 50 Years is Here

In addition to death and destruction in Ukraine, the Russian invasion brought several significant shocks to the global economy. The geopolitical consequences of the war reinforce the downward trend in trade globalisation and financial integration, with fresh rounds of disruption

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PGM Global Inc: Global Recognition Rewards Niche Services, Transition Management, and a Comprehensive Strategy

PGM Global Inc was founded in Canada as an institutional, agency-only broker-dealer — and for more than half a century, it has provided expertise to institutional clients around the world. Continual evolution has allowed the firm to meet the needs

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VM Finance Poised to Lead Property Financing for SMEs

VM Finance entered the non-bank specialist funding industry in 2018, armed with a wealth of experience in credit writing, backed by its parent company’s century-long work in the mortgage sector. There was a clear need in the United Kingdom housing

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AVEVA: Software is the Key to Sustainable Industries

Digital thinking and data-led operations will accelerate the drive to net-zero and a decade of action. By Peter Herweck, CEO of AVEVA The world is on the cusp of transformation to sustainability. Global leaders are faced with a golden —

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Keep on Truckin’, urges Canada, but Protest Blockade evades an Easy Fix

What do truckers and Covid-19 vaccinations have in common? You would think very little, but recent events in Ottawa prove otherwise. In January, Covid-19 mandates required drivers to be vaccinated before crossing the US-Canada border — sparking the Freedom Convoy

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Mahendra Singh Dhoni: Captain Cool Meets his Younger Self to Pass on Business Tips

Mahendra Singh “MS” Dhoni, one of India’s most celebrated cricket players, has earned the nickname “Captain Cool” for his calm resolve on the pitch. His reticence with the media has lent Dhoni an air of mystique, too. On the rare

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Global Imbalances and the Pandemic

The International Monetary Fund’s tenth annual External Sector Report (ESR, August 2021) shows how current account deficits in the global economy widened in 2020 during the pandemic. On the other hand, the ESR also argues that overall, the misalignment between

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NIBULON: To Feed the World

According to the UN’s Food and Agriculture Organisation (FAO), by 2050 the world’s population is likely to exceed nine billion – resulting in a 50 percent increase in global demand for agricultural products. The role of the agrarian sector in

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