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GBHS-Chapter 20-Trade-Connections

what is chapter 20 about Trade Connections
What are Linkages They accour whenever places are connected by the movement of people, goods,or information
Global Economy The links will increase substantially. Trade is one of the most obvious and importtant international links a country has with the world around it.
Imported Fuel Fuel that comes in from another country
Exported Fuel Fuel from canada sent from another country
are called.Goods from another country Imports
Goods from our country is called. Exports
What is Canadian Trade? Isthe lifeblood of the Canadian Economy
Who is the Worlds Largests Trading Nation? Canada is the largest trading nation.
What results Canada to harvest far more natural resources? Canada is rich in mineral, forest, and argicultural resources.
Who ranks first in the world production of zince?What other ranks do this Country rank in? Canada ranks first in world production of zinc and ranks second in nickel gypsum , potash, cobalt, and asbestos. It also ranks third in copper and cadmium, and Fourth in lead and Eighth in iron ore.
What percent of minerals in Canada are exported? 80 per cent of minerals are exported
when did coal mining begin to decline? 1950 is when the coal mining industrie began to decline.
What is Canada's leading agricultural export? Wheat is Canada's leading agricultural export.
How can we see how well Canada is doin in its trade with the rest of the world? The money Canada recevies for selling goods and providing services to other countries is income.
Created by: Robby