Canada's International Business Term Paper by Master Researcher

Canada's International Business
Examines international business from a Canadian perspective.
# 39682 | 2,400 words | 6 sources | MLA | 2002 | US

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This paper discusses Canadian competitiveness and a Canadian firm's strategies for expanding into Mexico. The paper looks at government assistance for exporting and foreign direct investment and discusses the specialists required for importing and exporting. Finally, the paper addresses Canada's current trade policy.

Canada and Foreign Direct Investment
Competitiveness in Canadian Industry
Two Strategies for Expansion
Government Assistance for Exporting and Foreign Direct Investment
Specialists Required for Importing and Exporting
Canada's Current Trade Policy

From the Paper:

"When John Manley was Minister of Foreign Affairs he describe Canada as "one of the most favorable investment climates in the world." His speech he outlined why Canada is a good environment for foreign investor. He said that being close to the US market and having a stable economy were benefits to Canada. This geographic location makes Canada a good location to manufacture for the US market. The geography is close and NAFTA makes it a trade and economic advantage to manufacture in Canada for the United States.
"Also, "Canada has a large stock of skilled, well-educated workers and a strong technological environment." Also, quality of life is excellent in Canada with Employment Insurance, public health care, natural spaces and security. For this reason Canada was at the top of the "United Nations Human Development Index for seven years running." Also Canada has 'rule of law' and respects private property including copyright and patent. Everyone of these factor make Canada attractive for foreign investment to locate in Canada for the Canadian, American and global markets."

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