How are the US and Canada connected to other countries through trade?
There are connections such as ; peacekeeping and army, sport exchanges, famous canadians, cultural exchanges and organizations (Global Connections Canada) The three main types… of connections Canada and canadians have with other countries are Economis links, Cultural links, and diplomatic connections.
its part of the common wealth with India and new zealand and all other previously british occupied countries
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Canada trades with other countries because it makes good economic sense to do so. Things Canada sells create jobs in Canada and bring in foreign income that stabilizes the Can…adian currency. Things Canada buys from other countries are those things that can't be economically produced in Canada, making products cheaper and more available for Canadian companies and citizens. For example, Canada sells oil from oil sands to the USA. Canada receives billions in income. Thousands of jobs are created in the oil fields. Canada doesn't produce any significant amount of citrus fruit. Instead, it imports oranges and lemons from the USA and Brazil. Without this trade, Canadians would likely suffer scurvy and similar illnesses. It funds our high standard of living.
Canadatrade things like, they trade, mobile,telivision,microwave,computers,electronics and stuff like that But Canada only trade things with rich countries not with poor count…ries.
They both have people with chodes
India and England are countries that both have Parliaments.Guatemala, France, Russia, Mexico, Paraguay and Spain all haveCongresses.
\nBecause they were a free country and they had a surplus of things.
The U.S. trades with many countries. But the biggest would be China, they make most of our products. Actually, the largest trading partner of the US is Canada. While many pro…ducts sold in Wal-Mart might come from China, but the trade in terms of dollar amount is the highest across the US-Canadian border. Most of the consumer goods in Canada come from the US, and Canada makes a lot of the cars for the US. And Canada is the largest oil supplier for the US (rather than the Middle East as is commonly assumed.) The volume of trade across just one bridge between Detroit and Windsor is greather than the entire trade between US and Japan.
If you're referring to communications, Canada has a highly developed data, audio and video communication infrastrucure that uses a combination of hard wired; micro-wave and sa…tellite technologies.. If you are referring to travel; Canada has a good road network which leads directly to all major US road networks. In terms of air travel, Canada has three major international commercial airline companies that fly to virtually every major foreign country.
they share the largest border
By boats, plains, telephones, and video's
Middle East - oil Japan- cars like Toyota, Nissan, Honda etc. and other electronics Mexico-crops like corn, chillies etc. Venezuela- fruits
You sure can, but because the value of all international currencies changes daily, you have to exchange it into Canadian currency at a local bank branch or a currency exchange… agency at an airport. Shopkeepers and businesspeople don't want to bother trying to keep track of international exchange rates so they want you to use Canadian currency to simplify local business transactions.