How are the US and Canada connected to other countries through trade?
Alot of them? examples are china and Italy. but Canada trades with a bunch of countries all over the world. Canada's biggest trading partner is the United States of America.
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…. (MORE)
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Canada sells lumber and energy products to the United States eachyear. In 2012, over $300 million of goods were sold from Canadainto the United States.
its part of the common wealth with India and new zealand and all other previously british occupied countries
we trade with other countries to get goods that we dont have in our country, to keep contact and to make friends with the other countries foe situations in the future
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 Canadian currency. Things Canada buys from other countries are those things that can't be economically produced in Canada, makin…g 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. (MORE)
Canada is connected throught the world through technologies, for several reasons. One reason, is that countries trade technologies, and may work together to develop, sell, or advertise a sirtin technology. Also, one technology may affect several areas of the world.
1. The most with United States 2. China 3. Japan 4. United Kingdom 5. The least with Mexico
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 countries.
Canada trades with many, many countries. Two examples are the united kingdom and japan, another two examples (if your looking for a bonus) would be china and the united states
India and England are countries that both have Parliaments.Guatemala, France, Russia, Mexico, Paraguay and Spain all haveCongresses.
The U.S.A. is directly next to Canada. Also there are two small island belonging to France in the Gulf of Saint Lawrence, I think.
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 products sold in Wal-Mart might come from China, but the trade in terms of dollar amount is the highest across the US-Canadian b…order. 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. (MORE)
Canada is connected to the US because the US put a rope under the sea that's how we became connected :/
Canada and the US trade many things such as; wood products, uranium, car parts, fruits and vegetables, wood pulp, maple syrup, lumber, and much more.
France is connected to other countries because it has an upper house and a lower house like Australia. Like America it has an elected president. WTF? that doesent tell me anything!!!
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 satellite technologies.. If you are referring to travel; Canada has a good road network which leads directly to all major US r…oad networks. In terms of air travel, Canada has three major international commercial airline companies that fly to virtually every major foreign country. (MORE)
The US should trade with other nations to expand its economy and help out not only these nations, but the US itself. The US doesn't have an unlimited amount of resources, so it needs everything it can get.
Yes because Canada borders the US and it makes it easy for Canada to trade with the US
Canada does import products from countries other than the US. But the US and Canada have been major trading partners for years, so many items do come from the US. But others come from Japan, China, the EU, Mexico and South America.
Middle East - oil Japan- cars like Toyota, Nissan, Honda etc. and other electronics Mexico-crops like corn, chillies etc. Venezuela- fruits
Because we don't have everything we need so we get it from another counrty. And if we have something another country wants, we can make money off it.
Canada and the usa trade things like metal, steel, car parts, cars, paper, gas, wood, electronics, glass, machinery, optical equipment, appliances and more! hope this helps! sl Among other things, Canada provides the US with oil, natural gas, electricity, seafood specifically tuna and salmon…. See the Related Links below for more information. (MORE)
Canada trades with many countries, but its biggest trading partner is the U.S.. Others include: China United Kingdom Japan Mexico Germany Netherlands South Korea Vietnam France Algeria Norway
Because of NAFTA- North American Free Trade Agreement. Basicly, it allows the three North American countries to trade back and forth with little intervention from the governments.
Because the U.S. is right next to it so you drive by and drive in
Most cultures of the world are represented in Canada by the people who live here. They are our connection.
Through Exports, Research and Imports. Exports are over $20 Billion a year, Imports over $13 Billion a year. About half our exports are to the USA but others include Japan, Europe, China, Mexico, India, Russia and the Middle East.
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trade is the basis of our lives . so , we need to trade some things from outside . that is why trade connects the world
The States that are touching the Canadian/American boarder are Washington, Idaho, Montana, North Dakota, Minnesota, New York, Vermont, New Hampshire and Maine.
Canada is connected to the world through many political organizations, such as the United Nations, the Commonwealth and NATO.
Canada is connected to the world by tourism because many people come from all around the world. Since lots of people come, Canada is connected to the world
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 ra…tes so they want you to use Canadian currency to simplify local business transactions. (MORE)
Because Alaska is separared from the "lower 48," it could be argued that Canada "runs through" the US, but it would be a somewhat tenuous argument.
Canada is like the USA when it comes to religion; major religions were started here, and the country has been known to take in people from all around the world, bringing in religions from everywhere. The country has a large amount of Christians because the country was founded by them, but there are …many other faiths there too. (MORE)
Greenland . Grenada . Haiti . Jamaica . Mexico . Saint Kitts and Nevis . Saint Lucia . Saint Vincent and the Grenadines . Trinidad and Tobago
In general terms: . Canada: manufactured goods, industrial machinery, agricultural products and some fuels such as crude petroleum and natural gas. . United States: capital goods, industrial supplies, consumer goods, agricultural products. . Mexico: manufactured goods, oil and oil products, raw… materials, agricultural products. (MORE)
Baseball: Toronto Blue Jays and former team Montreal Expos. Hockey: Montreal Canadiens, Ottowa Senators, Toronto Maple Leafs, Calgary Flames, Edmonton Oilers, and Vancouver Canucks.
Canada trades with every country on earth and is open to interplanetary trade as well. Some countries do not show up on our reports because the trade is too small or too long ago but that doesn't mean we wouldn't sell them our resources if they wanted, and in some cases we would just give them away …(no kidding). But there are some countries we do have some restrictions, including embargoes. Currently these include Syria, Iran, Eritrea, and Somalia. (MORE)
Canada's only land border is with the US, so it's much easier to transport goods to and from the US than to and from any other country. The US's large, rich economy is a natural customer for Canada's resource wealth.
No. Especially Asian countries use children to make their products available at cheaper price by paying them small money.
Yes, Ontario may not have a huge export of grain compared to thethe Prarie Provinces of Canada but Canada has one of if not thelargest grain export in the WORLD! Ontario has a large export of Nickel, Talc, and Beef.
Fighter Jets. Canada shut down it's production of Fighter Jets and other military items as part of their deal to be dominated by and a protectorate of the USA.
We have resources the world needs and we sell them cheap. For example we are one of the few countries that sell raw logs and our Alberta oil sells for 30% below world price. Buy Canadian, rare resources, cheap, every day. We will even let foreign governments buy our resource companies and very few o…ther countries allow that. (MORE)
It might be best to ask them, but from our point of view we have inspired their music and movies with millions of dollars in tax incentives and grants.
They are connected because countries trade. Greece mainly trades with countries in Europe but it does trade with countries around the world.
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Every nation on Earth engages in international commerce, because no single nation produces everything that it either needs or wants for its own consumption. To be able to pay for imports, it is necessary to also have exports which bring in foreign exchange currency. Canada, for example, imports oran…ges (and many other things) from the US and exports oil (and many other things) to the US. The Canadian climate does not allow orange groves (although oranges could be produced in greenhouses, but not very affordably). (MORE)