How Does Globalization Affect Canada

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Globalization International trade is exceptionally imperative to Canada’s quality of life and the way that globalization influences each and every one of us. One of Canada’s prevalent importers is China. China has a very large and efficient economy. Without it, Canada would not be how it is today. In this essay, I will be writing about some positive and negative perspectives caused by international trade based on the three sources given. Trade with China can act as an immense opportunity or as a threat to our country. Kenichi Ohmae, a Japanese business consultant, stated, “China is a threat, China is a customer, China is an opportunity.” China is a massive part of economic globalization. It has the fastest and second largest…show more content…
from China goes to Wal-Mart. This made Wal-Mart China’s eighth largest trading partner. Governments, businesses, communities, and individuals in countries around the world face both challenges and opportunities as a result of rapidly expanding economic globalization. Changes in a country’s economy can happen very quickly and can deeply affect people and institutions. The fact that Wal-Mart is a company not even a country; and is China’s eighth largest trading partner; just makes us realize how much economic growth depends on businesses to produce more goods and services faster and more efficiently. According to many economists, continuous economic growth leads to greater prosperity for everyone, but because so many countries are trying to achieve the same exact thing, competition is harsh. These are some positive and negative perspectives that are caused by international trade. As you can see, the relationship between the three sources is that they are all based on trade. All around the world, different countries import and export goods to each other so they can benefit themselves with economic growth. This causes overall increased prosperity for that country. These are a few reasons as to why we are affected by international
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