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Узнать о Канаде

Успех в международной торговле зависит не только от вас и ваших клиентов. Изучите деловую информацию о странах, с которыми работаете, ознакомьтесь с различными бизнес-практиками, культурами, обычаями и экономикой.

At a Glance

Canada is a stable nation with a highly developed economy. At 3.8 million square miles or 9.9 million square kilometers, it is the second largest country in the world and is home to 33.7 million people (2009 estimate).

Financial Facts:
  • Canada's GDP in 2010 was an estimated US$1.564 trillion, or $39,600 per capita
  • GDP growth rate of 3% over 2009

Canada welcomes your business. It has always been a trading nation with rich natural resources. According to the Canadian government’s 2008 Step-by-Step Guide to Exporting, globalization has enhanced Canada’s position in the world marketplace, with imports and exports making up two-thirds of the country’s gross domestic product. And they’re good at it. The World Bank’s “Doing Business In” project, which provides objective measures of business regulations and their enforcement across 181 economies and selected cities, ranks the country seventh in the world in ease of doing business.

Whether you are interested in exporting your goods to Canada or forming a joint venture with a Canadian company, the following resources can help guide you to the key resources you’ll need to make your endeavor a success. While most of the resources that follow are in English, some of the World Bank resources are also available in French, Spanish, Portuguese and other languages.

Canada’s economy is inclusive and welcomes trade from every part of the world. If you need proof, take a look at the many cross-country chambers of commerce and business associations that exist in the country. With expansive websites that are usually in English, but often include French or other translations, Canada has a wealth of information readily available online for exporters who wish to ship their goods to this part of North America.

Canada and the United States have the largest trade relationship in the world, but the country has strong trade agreements with Costa Rica, Chile, Mexico and other countries and participates in World Trade Organization and other global trading agreements. Its primary natural resources include petroleum and natural gas, metals and minerals, fish, forests, wildlife, and abundant fresh water. Moved from overview section.