Pacific Gateway key to growing Asian markets

Lekstrom, Blair
February 2012
South Asian Post;2/23/2012, p22
The author reflects on the goal of the British Columbia Pacific Gateway Alliance to continue to make strategic investments to strengthen their infrastructure and expand their markets in Asia. He mentions that the Pacific Gateway is a partnership that oversees an expansion of road, port, rail and airport facilities in the province. He says that the proximity of the province to the Asia-Pacific region makes them situated to take advantage of a growing demand for a range of Canadian products.


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