Canada: Trade union
The North American Free Trade Agreement has proved to be of enormous benefit to its signatories, but that does not mean it has been without its problems, writes Gerry Stobo
Canada, more than any developed country, is a trade-dependent nation. A staggering 45% of its gross domestic product is directly linked to trading activities. Far from being just hewers of wood and carriers of water, Canadian businesses export some of the world’s most sophisticated value-added telecommunications, aerospace, computer and automotive products.
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