advertisement

C5 trade2

58 %
42 %
advertisement
Information about C5 trade2
News-Reports

Published on May 7, 2008

Author: Susett

Source: authorstream.com

advertisement

Slide1:  Canadian Agriculture, and International Trade “A country that depends on exports, imports its misfortunes” Stephen Leacock, 1941 Trade has always been a big part of what Canada is all about Trade and trade routes motivated discovery (short cut to the East) Early development in the East the result of trade interests supply of resources to the colonial powers (Britain, France) Exploration and settlement of Western Canada: driven by trade interests Company of Adventurers The CPR + Macdonald’s National Policy (1878) Slide2:  Fortunes and misfortunes of the 1600’s – 1900’s: All linked to trade Late 1700’s – Napoleonic Wars – Louisiana Purcahse (1803) 1822 - Canada Trade Act 1840 – Corn Laws – 1849 Montreal Manifesto 1854 – Reciprocity Treaty 1900’s – prosperity linked to agr. exports 1911 – Federal Election (Laurier loses ….. again) Late 1800’s MacKinley Tariff 1930’s - Smoot Hawley Tariff Post WW II and future prosperity depends on our success in international trade Canada Depends on Exports 1971 = $21 Billion 2005 = $500 Billion:  Canada Depends on Exports 1971 = $21 Billion 2005 = $500 Billion Importance of Trade to Canada Exports are a significant part of our economy (output, income, employment) $1.3 Trillion GDP (2005):  Importance of Trade to Canada Exports are a significant part of our economy (output, income, employment) $1.3 Trillion GDP (2005) Exports, GDP and Current Account for Some Trading Partners :  Exports, GDP and Current Account for Some Trading Partners Source: CIA World Fact Book (2006 estimates) Canadian Trade: All Goods and Services (Current dollars $million):  Canadian Trade: All Goods and Services (Current dollars $million) Slide7:  2005 trade balance with US = $150 Billion The US is our most important trading partner:  The US is our most important trading partner 85% of exports go to the US 60% of imports come from the US Both have declined after 2001 Agri-Food Trade is Important 62% of Agr Exports go to the US:  Agri-Food Trade is Important 62% of Agr Exports go to the US 60% of Agri-Food Imports come from the US Trade Balances: Total $9 Billion US $6 Billion :  60% of Agri-Food Imports come from the US Trade Balances: Total $9 Billion US $6 Billion 1980’s and 1990’s The Three Amigos :  1980’s and 1990’s The Three Amigos 1989 CUSTA 1993 NAFTA 1995 WTO Uruguay Round Conditions Leading to These Agreements 1970 - 80's Agriculture becoming more trade oriented as part of the early process of globalization Government intervention escalating, particularly during the 1980's (US/EU) programs based on support on a per unit of production > encouraged more production > coupled support interventions very trade distorting and costly to consumers and governments Benefits and Costs of Support to Farmers in Industrialized Countries (1986-87) ($Billions) :  Benefits and Costs of Support to Farmers in Industrialized Countries (1986-87) ($Billions) Transfer cost: $1.42 per dollar transferred Industrialized countries agreed that there would be benefits from liberalizing trade ITO, GATT, WTO and the Uruguay Round (1986-1995):  ITO, GATT, WTO and the Uruguay Round (1986-1995) Principle objectives of the Uruguay Round :  Principle objectives of the Uruguay Round CUSTA and NAFTA :  CUSTA and NAFTA Some Results from CUSTA (1989):  Some Results from CUSTA (1989) NAFTA 1991-93 :  NAFTA 1991-93 NAFTA Outcomes:  NAFTA Outcomes 1 - extended CUSTA tariff reductions to Mexico over periods of up to 15 years 2 - eliminated quantitative restrictions (e.g. import quotas) 3 - SM still protected 4 - Tri-national panel to deal with subsidy issues 5 - commitment to work towards elimination of export subsidies 6- technical, sanitary and phytosanitary regulations and standards still sovereign must be based on science criteria 7 - strict limits on export taxes and no new tariffs 8 - Commission for Environmental Cooperation (CEC) GATT/WTO Agreement (1986 - 1995) :  GATT/WTO Agreement (1986 - 1995) Some impacts on Canada:  Some impacts on Canada Bottom Line:  Bottom Line What’s Ahead - Doha Round 2001 - ??:  What’s Ahead - Doha Round 2001 - ??

Add a comment

Related presentations

Related pages

slymn (@Trade2Turkiye) | Twitter

Cumhurbaşkanı, Bakanlar kurulu ve TBMM: Suriyeliler ülkemizden sınırdışı edilsin - Kampanyayı İmzala! https://www. change.org/p/cumhurba%C5 ...
Read more

Craft Supplies, Craft CDs and Tools for Card Making and ...

Sara Davies started Crafter's Companion when she was still at university. Sara has a great team of people working with her, and gets to focus on sales and ...
Read more

Firstaid4sport - Useful Stuff for Sports Injuries

Useful Stuff for Sports Injuries. Knee Supports, Ankle Braces, Sports First Aid Kits, Zinc Oxide Tape, Elastic Adhesive Bandage EAB & Sports Strapping.
Read more

Home [oztrademate.com]

trade2. trade2trade2trade2trade2trade2trade2. trade1. ... L1-C5-1. Last post : Off Grid 5kw system inc off grid 300lt solar hot water system. Posted on : 29-05
Read more

Kaftans Direct | Buy Kaftans for women | Mens Silk Caftans ...

Kaftans Direct specialises in a range of Long and Short Kaftans and beachwear. We provide kaftans for Ladies and men. Free Delivery!
Read more

agrecon.mcgill.ca | Many PPT

agrecon.mcgill.ca Canadian Agriculture, and International Trade “A country that depends on exports, imports its misfortunes” Stephen Leacock, 1941 .
Read more

C & H | Fabrics, Home Furnishings & Craft Supplies

Shop quality and affordable fabrics and craft supplies. Take advantage of our free home measuring service. Free delivery over £50 spend.
Read more

ImmuQuest | Buy Antibodies Online | Immunological Reagents

Buy antibodies online from ImmuQuest. We have a fantastic range of immunological reagents in stock, and ready to buy online today...
Read more

UCFB | Post & Undergraduate Sports Degrees for 2016

University sports degrees and executive education within football and sport industries. We offer best-in-class graduates football and business expertise.
Read more