A look at the importance of the Canadian agricultural industry to that of the overall strength of the Canadian economy.
# 90671 | 2,250 words | 2 sources | 2006 |
Published on Dec 01, 2006 in Business (Industries) , Economics (International) , Canadian Studies (Business Issues) , Canadian Studies (Economics and Finance) , Agricultural Studies (General)
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Canada's economy is performing at a median point on the international level. Canada is unique in that it demonstrates the lowest investment share in GNP but also the greatest net exports. In other respects, Canada occupies the international middle ground in virtually every category. Canada, along with other nations who wish to compete internationally now understands that competitiveness must now be defined in a broader, international context. This paper examines the Canadian agricultural industry in terms of its significance to the health and success of the Canadian economy. The paper goes on to discuss the importance of the United States to Canada's economy, pointing out that the United States is currently Canada's largest export market, the main reason being that "Canada's agriculture and agri-food industry has benefited from greater and more secure access to the U.S. market under the NAFTA".
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