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- 3Evan Oddleifson
- 3Houlden, Gordon
- 2McCuaig-Johnston, Margaret
- 2Tom Alton
- 2University of Alberta. China Institute
- 2Zhang, Moxi
Canada is expected, at some point in the near future, to make a formal decision on whether or not to allow Huawei to participate in the development of its 5G telecommunications network. This has been a long-standing area of deliberation and debate for Canadian politicians, policymakers, security...
Three months after Huawei CFO, Meng Wanzhou, was arrested in Vancouver in December 2018, China decided to stop purchasing canola from two major Canadian canola exporters -- Richardson and Viterra. Most mainstream media sources identify the canola embargo as a political issue, whereby Beijing is...
This analysis provides an overview of recent measures regarding Huawei by eight of Canada’s closest economic and political partners: the United States, Australia, New Zealand, United Kingdom, Germany, France, Italy, and Japan. This encapsulates the informally-named “Five Eyes” intelligencesharing...
Technology firms, as outlined in this Occasional Paper, face special challenges in the China market. Far better for small and medium-sized Canadian companies to be aware of these risks before venturing into the Chinese market. The size and complexity of the Chinese economic landscape is...
FOREIGN INVESTMENT REVIEW IN CANADA - Assessing Chinese Investment Amid a Re-Evaluation of the Investment Canada ActDownload
The China Institute at the University of Alberta (CIUA) is pleased to publish this Occasional Paper, titled “Foreign Investment Review in Canada: Assessing Chinese Investment amid a Re-Evaluation of the Investment Canada Act.” As Canada confronts historic global and bilateral challenges, the...
As China’s global economic and political stature has grown, so too has its relationship with Canada. The year 2020 marks the 50th anniversary of formal Canada-China diplomatic relations, which comes at a time of heightened tension in global politics and, in particular, Canada’s relationship with...
China in Canadian Newspapers - January 2015 to May 2018: A Mass Data Analysis - The Calm Before the StormDownload
China’s extraordinary transformation has captured Canadians’ attention and elicited questions about the global future. In the 1980s, China accounted for a minor fraction of the global economy and had little influence outside its borders, save for some neighbouring countries. In the 1990s, China...
As the People’s Republic of China emerges as a power with global reach, understanding its interactions with the range of states comprising the modern MENA region has become more urgent. It is beyond the scope of this paper to review in depth the economic, political, and strategic dimensions of...
Since its launch in 2006, Google Trends has provided valuable data on the search patterns of internet users. This data has important applications for content and sentiment analysis, measuring public attitudes, public interest, unemployment, issue salience as well as surveilling, describing, and...
The China Institute at the University of Alberta (CIUA) is pleased to publish this Occasional Paper titled “Examining Huawei’s Growth and Global Reach: Key Implications, Issues and the Canadian Connection.” This is the first publication by the China Institute on the subject of Huawei, but is one...