October 2008
Canada & the World Backgrounder;Oct2008, Vol. 74 Issue 2, p18
The article provides information on Canada's international trade flow and shipping. Innovations on container shipping is explored to add details. It is stated that Canada's trade is not predicted to suffer from high energy prices because most exports are directed to the U.S. market and many are in commodities with small numbers of alternative sources.


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