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Title: Business study mission to Canada chapter on Canada's trade patterns and policy
Authors: Tan, Ai Wee
Arya Varma Trivikraman
Siew, Daniel Hoi Kok
Leng, Yew Fei
Keywords: DRNTU::Business::Industries and labor
Issue Date: 1999
Abstract: This report covers the macro-level analysis of the Canadian economy, specifically on the trade issues. The report starts off with a brief history of Canada's trade. The trade policy of Canada is then reviewed with focus on tariffs and non-tariff measures. Tariffs form an important part of the Canadian trade policy. However, with the gradual elimination of tariffs, non-tariff measures are becoming more important in most trade negotiation. Trade agreements and Canada's involvement with some groupings are also discussed.
Fulltext Permission: restricted
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