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Atlantic Chamber of Commerce highlights pressing issues


The Atlantic Chamber of Commerce is releasing its three biggest priorities for

Atlantic Canada to ensure growth and stability this year.

To gain insight into the issues hitting the Atlantic region, the chamber collected information through the

2023 Atlantic Insights survey.

Following the economic hit from the pandemic, the chamber sees supporting

small to medium-sized local businesses as its most pressing issue.

Following suit is access to qualified workers and sitting in third is the cost of doing business.

Chamber CEO Sheri Somerville said members signalled the top priorities for 2023 as the region

continues to grow an economy in a post-pandemic world.

“The priorities identified by our members paint a vivid picture of an economy that is ready to tackle the challenges ahead with determination and resilience,” said Somerville in a news release. “While businesses continue to require support, they are also seeking a government that can help cultivate a more dynamic and competitive business environment to fuel sustainable growth, lower the cost of doing business and create more accessible pathways to find qualified workers.”





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