How are Canadian regions adjusting to a larger and more integrated North American market?

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Statistics Canada , [Ottawa]
Manufacturing industries -- Canada., Canada -- Commerce -- United States., United States -- Commerce -- Ca
Statementby Wulong Gu amd Gary D. Sawchuk.
SeriesEconomic analysis research paper series -- no. 039
ContributionsSawchuk, Gary David, 1955-, Statistics Canada.
The Physical Object
Pagination34 p. :
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Open LibraryOL20903029M
ISBN 10066243367X

Request PDF | How Are Canadian Regions Adjusting to a Larger and More Integrated North American Market. | This paper relates to two understudied, but increasingly important concerns: the.

This paper relates to two understudied, but increasingly important concerns: the measurement of regional integration, and the regional benefits to North American economic integration. The objective is to measure Canada's regional integration in manufacturing industries with that of the United States, and examine the regional impact of growing trade integration on productivity.

Get this from a library. How are Canadian regions adjusting to a larger and more integrated North American market?. [Wulong Gu; Statistics Canada. Micro-Economic Analysis Division.] -- This paper relates to two understudied, but increasingly important, concerns: the measurement of regional integration, and the regional benefits to North American economic integration.

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It is the 9th largest GDP by nominal and 15th largest GDP by PPP in the world.

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As with other developed nations, the country's economy is dominated by the service industry which employs about three quarters of Canadians.

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Reclaiming land from the sea in areas called polders has provided this densely populated country with more land area for its people to expand their. Canadian water may one day solve California's drought, and Mexican factories are keeping American carmakers competitive. The U.S. should be grateful for neighbors like these.

Pax Americana hasn't worked out on a global scale, but it can certainly make the North American. The anticipated increase in demand has many suppliers looking to become vertically integrated to reduce costs, and gain more control over the supply chain.

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These cultural areas of Canada include.U.S. and Canadian governments were eager to promote the agendas of their big business and financial interests. When the investors’ rights pro-visions were combined with the liberalization of financial services, the result was a “trade agreement” that effectively created a much more integrated capital market for North America.

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