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Canada

Canada, the second-largest country in the world, has a huge amount of natural resources and one of the best economies in the world. Constantly growing manufacturing, mining and service sectors has turned the Canadian nation from a rural economy to industrial and urban one.


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Around 70% of Canadians are involved in the service industry which makes it the leading industry sector of the Canadian economy. Oil and logging industries dominate in the primary sector because Canada has the second-largest oil resource in the world after Saudi Arabia and the vast majority of the forests. Sub sectors of the forest industry are solid wood product manufacturing, pulp and paper product manufacturing, and forestry and logging. This sector employs more than 200,000 Canadians and brings more than $20 billion a year to Canada's economy. The oil and gas sector attracts approximately $80 billion. Also, the automotive industry is the largest manufacturing sector in the country. Due to the NAFTA agreement, Canada is one of the biggest exporters of automobile equipment and goods.

Canada is not accidentally in G8. Let's see a few more points of its economy.
World Trade Organization.

Canada is a member of the World Trade Organization (WTO) since January 1, 1995, because international trade is one of the main parts of the Canadian economy. Canada's economic growth depends on access to global markets for different goods and services. The USA, China, European Union, and many other countries are trade partners of Canada but most products are exported to the USA, which makes it the main trade partner of Canada.
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Canadian GDP and NAFTA.

Both GDP (Gross Domestic Product) and GDP per Ca-pita have been growing since the North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA) was signed by the governments of Canada, Mexico, and the United States creating a trade bloc in North America. The agreement was signed by leaders of the mentioned countries and took effect on January 1, 1994. Since that time Canadian GDP has grown incredibly and continues growing. In 2009 GDP went down because of the global crisis but in 2010 the drop was compensated and in 2011 and 2012 GDP has been constantly growing.

Public Debt.

The public debt of Canada is constantly growing. At the beginning of the previous decade, it was roughly $500 billion and at the end of 2012, it was more than $600 billion which is around $17,000 per citizen. For comparison, every US citizen owes more than $52,000. Comparing to USA Canada's public debt is much lower, but anyway it always grows.

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