Future uncertain?

Smyrlis, Lou
June 2006
Canadian Transportation & Logistics;Jun2006, Vol. 109 Issue 6, p24
Trade Publication
The article reports on the forecasts made by Informetrica Research CEO Mike McCracken concerning the issues affecting Canada's transportation sector during the Chartered Institute of Logistics and Transport Outlook 2006 Conference, held in Ottawa, Canada. He foresees that the economy will register a 2.7% growth until 2015. McCracken sees total freight growth to reach around 40% up to 2015.


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