Honn, Aaron; Nay, John
October 2007
Foreign Service Journal;Oct2007, Vol. 84 Issue 10, p35
The article focuses on the bilateral trade links between the Canadian state of Ontario and the U.S., which account for nearly half of the trade between the two countries. The long border shared between the two partners is described as the reason behind the extensive trading relationship, supported by a vast infrastructure of bridges, tunnels, rail links and airports. Free trade has resulted in the emergence of Ontario as a leader in motor vehicle assembly in North America.


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