Canada’s economic relationship with Japan, the third largest economy in the world, is an important one – and will become only more important should the two countries agree on a free-trade deal.
Canada’s economic relationship with Japan, the third largest economy in the world, is an important one – and will become only more important should the two countries agree on a free-trade deal. The infographic below, part of the OpenCanada.org series
“Canada’s Asia Rebalancing Act” in partnership with the Canadian Chamber of Commerce and the Asia Pacific Foundation, outlines the economic ties between the two countries.
Also in the series
David Worts on why eliminating the tariff on auto imports from Japan to Canada will be good for both countries.
Kathleen Sullivan on why agri-exports can’t be left out of a Canada-Japan free trade agreement.
Julian Dierkes on why Japan presents an opportunity to turn free trade rhetoric into reality.
Kay Tsujimoto on why fossil fuels could energize the Canada-Japan relationship.
Sadaaki Numata on why Japan and Canada need to concentrate on closing a free trade deal.
Len Edwards on what Abeonomics could mean for the Japan-Canada relationship.
The Japanese market represents a great opportunity for Canada says Milos Barutciski. Canadian business needs to seize it.
Perrin Beatty makes the case for Canada to focus on negotiating an ambitious Economic Partnership Agreement with Japan.
Canada doesn’t need to choose between strengthening relations with either China or Japan says James Manicom.
Atsushi Tago and Srdjan Vucetic compare the Canadian and Japanese F-35 decisions.
Gerald Wright on the past, present, and future of the Japan-Canada relationship.
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