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Renminbi hub | BCBusiness

Finance

Canada and China agree to establish North American Renminbi hub

Agreement allows for local clearance and settling of transactions in the Chinese currency

Research | Politics & Policy
Kirk LaPointe | BCBusiness

People

Lunch with Kirk LaPointe

Journalist Kirk LaPointe on his plans to oust Mayor Gregor Robertson and instill a culture of transparency at City Hall

Politics & Policy | Lower Mainland
Political branding | BCBusiness

Marketing & Media

Gregor is Coke. Kirk, Pepsi. Forget issues; our politicians are brands

How the branding of our political process is changing the way we choose our leaders.

Politics & Policy | Branding
Renminbi bond | BCBusiness

Finance

Vancouver makes its pitch to become a renminbi hub

A Renminbi hub in Vancouver could stimulate business by Chinese companies, according to the Vancouver Economic Commission

Politics & Policy | Economy
Paul Evans | BCBusiness

Finance

Q&A: What's at stake for B.C. in Harper's trip to China?

BCBusiness sat down with UBC's Paul Evans to talk about Harper's trip to China, its consequences for Vancouver and the contentious public perceptions of Canada-China ties

Politics & Policy | Economy | Asia Pacific
Bill Bennett | BCBusiness

People

How Bill Bennett went from Liberal pariah to the premier's inner sanctum

Bill Bennett, to the surprise of many, has become one of Christy Clark's most trusted lieutenants.

Politics & Policy | Interior
LNG tax | BCBusiness

Natural Resources

Lower tax rate brings LNG projects one step closer to fruition, say companies

Shell and Petronas-led LNG plant consortiums welcome new, lower LNG tax rate, but cite more factors that predicate an investment decision

Northern B.C. | Politics & Policy
Christy Clark on LNG | BCBusiness

Natural Resources

B.C. claws back proposed LNG tax rate

The main tax rate has been halved from 7 to 3.5 per cent

Northern B.C. | Politics & Policy
Clean Energy B.C. | BCBusiness

Tech & Science

Industry group advocates alternative to Site C dam proposal

As the province mulls its decision on the proposed $8-billion Site C dam, a group of independent power producers have advocated a multitude of smaller clean energy projects as a cheaper alternative

Politics & Policy | Sustainability

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