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Canada is the UKs 16th largest export market for goods. Canada has cultural, historic, and linguistic links with the UK.

Around 700 UK companies are doing business in Canada. These include well known companies like Carillion, HSBC, Standard Life and Mulberry.

Benefits to British businesses exporting to Canada include:

  • familiar products and service providers
  • proximity to US market
  • similar legal and business practices
  • diverse ethnic population
  • pending CETA agreement will reduce trade restrictions

Strengths of the Canadian market include:

  • strong economic growth and banking sector
  • high personal wealth
  • large and diverse natural resource sectors
  • strong business and consumer base

Exporting to Canada

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