David Mulroney

Type: Person
Name: David Mulroney
Title: Assistant Deputy Minister - Asia-Pacific Branch (MDM) (Canada)
First reported Jun 21 2014 - Updated Jun 21 2014 - 1 reports

Polls suggests Canadians appear less interested in building relations with East

On the ninth floor of a Granville Street high-rise, Irene Quan has a rapt audience for a very West Coast session. Members of the downtown Vancouver business improvement association have gathered to hear how local retailers can better target Chinese tourists ... [Published Globe and Mail - Jun 21 2014]
First reported May 02 2014 - Updated May 02 2014 - 1 reports

Harper’s petro-folly: How Canada fumbled its post-Keystone energy vision of a gateway to China

Stephen Harper was in need of a new friend with a big appetite for oil. The Americans just weren’t cutting it. It was February 2012, three months since President Barack Obama had phoned the Canadian prime minister to say the Keystone XL pipeline designed ... [Published Financial Post - Top Stories - May 02 2014]

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