Can America trade with Canada?
America is a continent. Many of the various countries in America, other than Canada, can and do, trade with Canada
They trade all kinds of imported goods because that is what they do. Canada and north America are very good trade partners.
one person Canada trades to are the United States of America
Canada trades with United States of America, China, United Kingdom and Mexico.
no no America gets it's goods from all around the world while Canada primarly gets their goods from us.
Canada and Mexico.
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its because it is in a postive relationship between america and mexico.
Mostly, about 80% with just one country, a Superpower, the United States of America. Most of the trade is for energy and other natural resources.
China trade with countries all around the world, the United States, Canada, Europe, South America and etc.
The North America Free Trade agreement sought to create guidelines for trade between the North American countries of Canada, Mexico and the US. NAFTA was established in 1994.
IF they killed Justin bieber.... forget that Canada is a trade deficet because they import more than they export FACT: If Canada and America leagleise marajayouna they would wipe there deit in 2 years
No. It was a trade agreement between Canada, the United States and Mexico.
North America, including Canada and the United States.
North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA).
To increase trade among the United States, Canada, and Mexico To remove trade restrictions within North America
cause the usa adopted canada. Even though it really didn't. not suckas
The North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA) was signed by all three of the countries in North America, which are (from north to south) Canada, the United States of America, and Mexico.
Mexico looks both ways: it belongs to the North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA) with Canada and the United States, but also has trade agreements with Bolivia, Colombia, Venezuela, and most Central America.
The north America Free Trade Agreement signed by The USA, Canada and Mexico
Canada is one of America's important partners in trading and China too
The North America Free Trade Agreement or NAFTA.
Canada's Capital Is Getting Trade Of People With America. But Mostly Females Are On Trade More Than Boys, So That Means In Canada,There Are More Girls Than Boys, Even Though The Symbol Of Canada Has Nothing To Do With Girls.
Russia was the leader of the world's fur trade for centuries. After the discovery of North America, the fur trade was very profitable for both the United States and Canada.
Yes, Canada does trade with Peru.
yes Dubai does trade with Canada
The North American Free Trade Agreement is good for America. It has helped trading between Canada and the united states. Another benefit of the agreement is the relationship between Canada and the united states has improved.
Both countries agree to free trade, but the economy is a little different. Canada is in the northern hemisphere, in North America, while Peru is in the southern hemisphere, in South America. Peru was colonised by the Spanish and Canada was colonised by the French.
the uk trades with canada. What do they trade? They trade fur coats with canada fur and all sorts of things
The North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA) was instituted so that tariffs on trade would be greatly minimalized for trade occurring between all the countries in North America (Canada, the United States, and Mexico)--so that trade would be encouraged within the realm of North America and not discouraged.
Malta, a place in Europe, does not trade with Canada.
Some countries America trades with are Canada, China, Mexico, Japan, Germany, United Kingdom Brazil, South Korea, Netherlands and Taiwan.
The North American Free Trade Agreement is an agreement between Canada, United States and Mexico to create a trade bloc in North America. You can get more information about this at the Wikipedia. The North American Free Trade Agreement also known as NAFTA formed a trilateral trade agreement between the United States, Canada and Mexico in 1994, superseding the United States and Canada Free Trade Agreement. It is the largest trade block in the world… Read More
The North America Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA)
China trades with people all over the world but mostly trade with: The United States of America Japan Germany Canada Hope that helped :D
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The amount of trade between Canada and Liberia is negligible.
Canada does not trade with Syria because of economic sanctions.
The British colonized Canada in an attempt to rid North America of the French. There were many benefits gained after Britain colonized Canada such as increased fur trade, higher American loyalist settlement, and others.
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.
Canada is in North America.
Canada and North America are not the same thing, but the country of Canada is in the continent of North America.
There is no such thing as North ATLANTIC Free Trade Agreement. NAFTA is for North American Free Trade Agreement, signed by the governments of the United States, Canada, and Mexico creating a trilateral trade bloc in North America.
Your mom was the trade barrier
Does anyone know what trade some orginizations that Canada are in
The trade that brought people to Canada was beaver fur.
Edward Fast is the Minister of International Trade for Canada.
Yes. The Provinces own the resources and they have to trade among themselves and with Canada. Though for many things it is easier to trade with the USA than other provinces.
BOB. NO that is not it, they trade
They owe America no money.In-fact America actually owes Canada money. America owes Canada $80-$90 Billion. Canada doesnt owe America anything.
Canada is on the continent of North America