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Essay Galaxy - Canada's Foreign Trade Canada's Foreign Trade

Canada depends heavily on trade to and from other countries. Trade has been under scrutiny within Canada because of the issue of human rights. Many people believe that trade and investment should be abolished with countries which ignore the basic human rights of democratic countries. Contrary to that belief, others feel that because Canada depends upon foreign investment/trade so much that the wrongs of that country's government are "canceled-out" by the good it does for Canada. Regardless of the issue of human rights, Canada still relies on trade and foreign investment to supply Canadians with the standard of living that they have been enjoying for years. Canada has been trading with many nations (including Britain which supported apartheid) since the early 1700's. Since....

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