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Canada's International Trade
This paper discusses some of Canada's strengths, weaknesses, opportunities, and threats as a global trading nation.
# 57095 | 780 words | 3 sources | APA | 2004 | US
Published on Mar 21, 2005 in Business (International) , Canadian Studies (Business Issues)

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This paper explains that Canada recently signed free trade agreements with the United States and Mexico (NAFTA), Chile, and Israel; because large populations originally from Asian nations now live in Canada, Canada has import and export opportunities with Asian nations, which are not readily available to other countries. The author points out two weaknesses. Canada has become almost too dependent on the United States, and it is extremely difficult to create a balance in its internal regulatory pressures. The paper relates that Canada's liberal import-export mentality has opened its borders to business people and employees; this has proved to be overly tempting for criminals and terrorists attempting to maneuver their way into or out of the United States.

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