Analysis of Canadian agri-food trade: A72-136/2004E-PDF
« World trade has increased over the last decade; however, during this time, agricultural trade has only seen modest increases. This overall trend did not affect Canada, which experienced gains of over 92 per cent in its agri-food exports. Even with new markets for Canadian agri-food exports, such as Mexico, exports still continued to consolidate in the United States, which absorbed over two-thirds of Canada’s agricultural shipments in 2002. Simultaneously with this consolidation to the United States, dispersion of Canadian agri-food exports within the country and a greater breadth of goods exported helped to offset some of the ramifications of consolidation »--Executive summary.
|Department/Agency||Agriculture and Agri-Food Canada.|
|Title||Analysis of Canadian agri-food trade|
|Other Language Editions||[French]|
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|Note||"February 2004." Issued also in French under title: Analyse du commerce des produits agroalimentaires canadiens.|
|Number of Pages||1 vol. (unnumbered).|
|Subject Terms||Agri-food industry, Trade|
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