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William Polushin

William Polushin
International business executive

William Polushin is founding director of the Program for International Competitiveness at the Desautels Faculty of Management, McGill University, and President of AMAXIS, an international business and operational development services firm. His Competing to Win blog examines the factors driving country and business competitiveness in the global economy.

Latest articles
Selling to China: Should Canada be the ‘superior man’ or ‘inferior man’?
REUTERS
Economy Lab
Shanghai Tower symbolizes China’s next growth phase
AP
Analysis
Why Canada was shut out of Asia’s new power forum
Associated Press
Competing to win
Doing business in Mexico: What Canadian firms need to know
REUTERS
Competing to Win
The 10 Cs of global competitiveness
Chad Hipolito For The Globe and Mail
competing to win
Apple v. RIM: What Canadian companies can learn
Global exchange
Our companies need more than 'blue-sky' commentary
Competing to Win
Electro-Motive decision: The game has changed
Competing to win
Canada Inc. is missing the India opportunity
Economy Lab
To compete globally, you must know the soul of a nation
A mother helps her child pray after placing candles at a cathedral in India.
COMPETING TO WIN
U.S. border deal great, but the trade game is global
Competing to win
Canada must change its innovation ecosystem
Competing to win
In a global economy, money always searches for value
Competing to win
Canada's traders must change their competitive DNA
Competing to win
Note to policy makers: Don't forget that business creates jobs
Competing to win
Canadian trade and investment: USA or bust?
Competing to win
What Canada sells: Cars, crude, and canola
Competing to win
Why Canada must reap the spoils of global trade
Competing to win
Is Canada ready to compete at a global level?
Competing to win
Canada: A trading nation, but not a nation of traders