Report of the Canadian trade development mission to the South Pacific led by J.F. Grandy, Deputy Minister of Industry, Trade and Commerce, October 20 - November 8, 1973.: Id37-3/1973E-PDF
"The mission's objective was to promote increased commercial exchanges between Canada and the countries of the South Pacific. The timing of the mission was considered to be opportune because of a number of factors -- including tariff preferences applicable to imports from Canada, currency exchange rate movements favourable to Canada, and generally improved access for imports into Australia and New Zealand -- which appeared conducive to a new Canadian export thrust into these markets"--Summary, page 1.
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|Department/Agency||Canada. Department of Industry, Trade and Commerce.|
|Title||Report of the Canadian trade development mission to the South Pacific led by J.F. Grandy, Deputy Minister of Industry, Trade and Commerce, October 20 - November 8, 1973.|
|Note(s)||Digitized edition from print [produced by Innovation, Science and Economic Development Canada].|
|Publishing information||[Ottawa] : Department of Industry, Trade and Commerce, |
|Description||1 online resource (50 pages)|
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|Subject terms|| Trade missions |
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