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MEXICO AND IT'S TRAD WITH CANADA!!!
Transcript of MEXICO AND IT'S TRAD WITH CANADA!!!
AND IT'S TRADE WITH CANADA
Mexico is located in North America
(code 52) and has worm climates. It's population is 112.3 million. (Mexico's population was last updated in 2010)
Canada trades with many different countries of the world. They do this so they can receive a good or serves. If you were to look on a product (in Canada) you may see it say "Made in _______". In Canada you are most likely to see it say "Made in China". But did you know, that china only imports 7.7% of the things imported to Canada. Mexico imports 3.8% of the things imported to Canada. (That's about half as much stuff imported as china)
Point of interests
If you ever go to Mexico hear are some places you may like to visit.
And don't forget to
visit Xel-ha park!
Imports and Exports
The scale is different
from both of Mexico's.
For government Mexico has;
This is one of the government bindings
Some Mexican dishes are shown below.
All country's have different cultures, whether
it be there religious beliefs, the languish spoken, how they dress, or the food they eat. All country's have there own way of doing things.
Mexico's soccer team for 2012
Canada's and Mexico's
North America is Still the Future
In the 20 years since NAFTA was signed, the North American community has only gotten stronger
Jennifer Jeffs | December 17, 2012
As we reflect on the 20th anniversary of the signing of the North American free-trade agreement by Canada, the U.S. and Mexico, we should be considering that deal as the foundation for regional consolidation and collaboration for the next 20 years.
While NAFTA was groundbreaking at the time, we need to move beyond trade relations to get in the habit of thinking as North Americans on many additional fronts. And while the financial turmoil, geopolitical upheavals and socio-economic adjustments that have taken place since Dec. 17, 1992, might have distracted from general enthusiasm for the region, global developments since that date actually confirm – and strengthen – the case for thinking of North America as a community, and as a community of interests.
This is a image of Canada's, Mexico's, and the United States, trading routes.
Let's see what you learned.
#1) What is the % of the amount of imports Mexico makes to Canada?
a) 4.7% b) 8.2% c) 3.8% or d) 7.7%
#2) What was the name of this place?
a) Xcaret park
b) Xel-ha park
d) Riviera Maya
#3) What picture of Mexico's sports team did I showed you.
a) soccer team
b) tennis team
c) volleyball team or
d) dancing team
#4) would you like to visit Mexico one day?
#5) Wich country imports more and wich one exports more?
a) Canada imports and exports more
b) Mexico imports and exports more
c) Canada imports more and Mexico exports more
d) Mexico imports more and Canada exports more