William Polushin

The granddaddy of all Canadian-U.S. trade disputes is about to rear its ugly head again

Published: 3Nov2014

A recent dispute over “country of origin labelling” for meat products underscores the fact that Canada and the U.S. still have their share of trade disputes....

[Canada-China Youth Business Forum] William Polushin, Founder & President of AMAXIS Inc.

Published: 12Jun2014

Canada William Polushin is Founder and President of AMAXIS Inc. He is also Founding Director of the Program for International Competitiveness, and a Lecturer in international business at the...

New CSX terminal to heat up intermodal competition along St. Lawrence corridor

Published: 19Mar2013

The late-January unveiling of a project by American rail-freight giant CSX to build a new $93.3-million intermodal terminal near the Quebec port of Salaberry-de-Valleyfield warmed the hearts of...

Les ingrédients du succès, selon deux experts

Published: 30Oct2012

Le Canada et le Québec accusent un retard important en ce qui a trait à l'effort lié à la R-D et à l'innovation. Comment faire pour maximiser la R-D et s'assurer de faire mieux? Alain Lavoie et...

Cross Country Check-up

Published: 30Oct2012

Professor William Polushin discusses with Rex Murphy about whether Canada should allow foreign state-owned companies to buy into Canadian resource industries....

Knowledge investing: The path to safer returns

Published: 18Oct2012

A $1,000 investment in Berkshire Hathaway in 1965 – the year that Warren Buffett took control of the company – is worth over $5 million today....

Why Canada was shut out of Asia’s new power forum

Published: 25Sep2012

Last week, a Globe article outlined the challenges that Canada faces in establishing itself as a trading power in the Asian region....

Doing business in Mexico: What Canadian firms need to know

Published: 24Sep2012

Last week (Sept. 16), Mexico celebrated its 202nd anniversary of independence. In the scheme of anniversaries, this year was not of particular importance. As it pertains to Mexico’s budding...