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Transcript of Japan
Shinzo Abe Imports/Exports Japan imports and exports a lot of goods to and from Canada and other countries. Their major imports are: oil, wood and food stuffs. Their major exports are: cars, electronic devices and computers. Japan will also provide services and industries. Their services provided are: guidance and info about Japan, advice and job offer files. Their industries provided are: manufacturing, construction, distribution, real estate and communication. Over the past few years Japan has gained 13-15 billion dollars through their exports to Canada. Through their imports from Canada, they have paid 9-10 billion dollars. Ultimately, Japan gains more money than it spends on Canada. However, canada should continue to trade with Japan because it's Canada's second largest trading partner and also the electronics Canada imports from japan can be sold for a lot here. Opinion As I was researching information for my project about Japan I was fascinated by everything that I was learning. For example, while I was reading about Japan's wildlife I was amazed at how many species of plants and animal there were. Much more to my amazement, I was shocked to find out that Japan has a typhoon season and is home to 108 active volcanoes. While reading about their government, I found out that it was very similar to ours. For instance, their government is a democratic parliamentary with a constitutional monarchy. This is exactly the same as our government. I chose Japan for this project because it is one of Canada's top trading partners and I've always really liked this country. I believe Japan is a very resourceful country and Canada should continue trading with them. I believe Canada could improve their trading relationship with Japan by getting together and building agreements that would benefit both sides. The End