petroleum, Canadian, exports to US

Mason, Mike
January 2005
Globalization & Development: A Glossary;2005, p108
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An encyclopedia entry for "petroleum, Canadian, exports to U.S." is presented. Canada is now the top supplier of oil to the U.S. It outstripped other sources of oil such as Saudi Arabia and Venezuela.


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