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Alan Beaulieu

With a reputation as an accurate, straightforward economist, Alan Beaulieu has been delivering award-winning workshops and economic analysis seminars in countries across the world to thousands of business owners and executives for the last 30 years.
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Inflation – Abate or Inflate
By Alan Beaulieu on November 22, 2021

Inflation is a hot topic throughout the country and beyond. ITR Economics expects that we will experience a temporary general abatement from today’s inflation levels before upside...

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Reshoring – the Forgotten Trend
By Alan Beaulieu on October 26, 2021

As consultants, a lot of our time is wrapped up around the issues that are common pain points and areas of concern for our clients – labor, supply chain, and government spending. Our...

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Knowing Future Cash Flow
By Alan Beaulieu on October 4, 2021

“The future is unknowable because the future is dependent on many possibilities” (Source) Company B is considering the purchase of Company A, and as a matter of course they estimate...

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Unmasking the Future
By Alan Beaulieu on September 28, 2021

“The future is unknowable because the future is dependent on many possibilities.” (Source)

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Nonresidential Construction: Prepare for a Stronger Year Ahead
By Alan Beaulieu on August 19, 2021

Contractors and material suppliers working in nonresidential construction experienced a declining marketplace over the last 15 months while many other industries were experiencing strong...

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China Is Leading the Way
By Alan Beaulieu on July 26, 2021

China is leading the way, but not the way you might think. China Industrial Production is the first major economy to slow in its rate of rise , as indicated by the March high in the 3/12...

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