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Canadian imports to this region can use Dubai as a gateway and serve 1.8 bn consumers in neighboring countries.
When talking about Canadian imports a mention must be made that Canada happens to be the world’s second largest country in terms of total area. It covers most of the northern area of North America. Canada extends from theAtlantic Ocean in the east and to the west it extends upto the Pacific Ocean and thereafter it extends northwards to the Arctic Ocean.
It shares its south and northwest borders with the United States of America. The country is a federation of ten provinces and three territories. Both parliamentary democracy and constitutional monarchy prevail here and Queen Elizabeth II is the head of state.
Canadian imports thrive on the diversified economy of the country that relies on its abundant natural resources.
As a bilingual and multicultural country, both English and French languages are extensively used as official languages. Canada being a technologically advanced and industrialized nation has been able to make an impressive global impact and Canadian imports is one such aspect.
It is also a member of world’s influential bodies such as G8, NATO and Commonwealth of Nations. Canada does most of its trade with the United States of America possibly because of the close proximity of these countries but nevertheless it depends heavily on USA for business development.
Canada has a high per capita income and is considered as one of the wealthiest nations of the world. Apart from the G8 it is also a member of OECD (Organization for Economic Co-operation and Development) and is one of the world’s top 10 trading nations.
Its economic system, production policies and living standards are at par with the USA and this speaks highly about its status in the world map. Manufacturing, mining and service sector industries of Canada have transformed this country into one of the most advanced countries of the world.
However the logging and oil industries too are important contributors to the Canadian economy. Canadian imports centers around agricultural products and natural resources.
Wheat, canola and other grains are some of the agricultural products that are being imported from Canada by many countries. In terms of natural resources the country has rich reserves of zinc and uranium.
In fact it is not only a world leader in zinc and uranium but also other precious metals such as gold, nickel, aluminium and lead. Even the automobile and aeronautic sector is well developed and plays an important role in the export-import business.
Canada has the world’s second largest oil reserves next to Saudi Arabia at Athabasca Oil Sands. The fastest growing Canadian imports are sugar, zinc and precious metals as mentioned above. As the United States of America happens to be Canada’s largest trading partner as such most of the imports are to that country.
Other imports include oil field drilling equipments, copper, nickel, medicinal /dental /pharmaceutical preparations, plastics, finishing materials, engines and parts, telecommunications, lumber, petroleum products, passenger cars, car parts and accessories, complete and assembled cars.
Last updated January 8, 2009
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