Canada’s Free Trade Agreement with Europe

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Canada's Free Trade Agreement with Europe
Competitiveness
Question 1
The question of how does Canada gain from an increase in its global competitiveness as a result of a free trade agreement with Europe may be answered with reference to how such a free trade agreement would boost Canadian international competitiveness by reducing Canadian dependence upon the United States as its primary market. In answering the above question, the thesis will be argued that such a shift in Canadian trade policy will compel Canadian business to increase their competitiveness in order to meet the challenge of wider international trade.
In terms of economic indicators of Canada’s international competitiveness, it must be acknowledged that when we speak of...
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