The Rising Canadian Dollar and the Airline Industry

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The Rising Canadian Dollar and the Airline Industry
Question 1
A)The Canadian dollar is on the rise. The causes of the increasing value of the Canadian dollar are:
Increased demand for commodities has increased significantly(Anonymous
dollar_cdn
/).
Canada is primarily a staples economy so most of its economic activities are geared toward producing commodities for export(Barrows 148).
The U.S. economy is suffering. In 2005 the United States imported $723.6 billion more then it exported(Anonymous
dollar_cdn
/).
The Canadian economy on the other hand is doing quite well. In 2006 the jobless rate in Canada was at a 32 year low, 330 000 jobs had been created and GDP growth was over 3 per cent(Anonymous
dollar_cdn
/).
Canada and the United...
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