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Outside In is a five-part series that delves into the global issues affecting business in 2019.
In Part 1 we look at the big picture on trade and introduce you to three Atlantic Canadian companies winning at the export game.
CHARLOTTETOWN, P.E.I. — Bill Watters, owner of Northern Watters Knitwear in Charlottetown, says his business — which recently opened a second location in Halifax — makes and sells knitted sweaters and other clothing items and exports to about 250 stores across Canada.
These companies are doing export right. Click the portrait or the headline to explore regional our export success stories.