Taking Care of Business: The Genesis and Historical Evolution of the Business Council on National Issues, 1976--1988
Carleton University (Canada), 2007 - Business enterprises - 198 pages
The Business Council on National Issues (BCNI), comprised of 150 chief executive officers representing Canada's largest business firms and led by its president Thomas d'Aquino, has been a powerful voice on behalf of Canada's "big business" sector since its inception in 1976. Its involvement in the contentious free trade debates of the mid-1980s effectively demonstrates the blue ribbon organization's uncanny ability to broker an internal consensus within Canadian "big business" and to diplomatically advance its policy positions with the federal government and in the public forum.
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