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International Business Between Canada and Japan

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From Canada
International Business Between Canada and Japan
Facts about Japan and Canada
Imports and exports
Canadian Imports from Japan:
Introduction:
Characteristics of Japan

- Japan is one of the largest importers of Canadian agriculture food products after the United States (Export Development Canada )
- The Japanese spend 25 percent of their income on food. (Agri-food Canada)
- Canada now exports billions of dollars worth of agriculture- food to Japan every year. ( Agri-food Canada)
-Today, Canada and Japan are partners in numerous international groups and organizations including the G8, G20, APEC, the ASEAN Regional Forum, and the OECD (Canada-Japan Relations)
Japan is known for busy streets, festive foods, and unique sense of style. We never really thought of how Japan can be beneficial to Canada until now. Lets take this moment to learn more about Japan and Canada's relationship together and what the future can hold for both countries.
Size and population
- Japan has 126,804,433 people and is the 10th largest country in the world by population.
- It is the 61st largest country by area with 377,915 square kilometers.
In comparison: Canada has 33,759,742 people and is the 36th largest country in the world by population.
Canada is the 2nd largest country by area with 9,984,670 square kilometers.
(Export Development Canda)

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Climate
From North to South, Japan covers a range of latitude of about 25 degrees and is influenced in the Winter by seasonal winds blowing from Siberia and in the Summer by seasonal winds blowing from the Pacific Ocean. Winter in Japan consists of heavy snow fall and Spring has heavy rainfall.
One major feature of the climate is the distinct temperature changes between the four seasons.

Winter: December, January, February
Spring: March, April, May
Autumn: September, October, November
Summer: June, July, August

Landscape
Japan is an island country forming an arc in the Pacific Ocean to the east of the Asian Continent

Compromised of four large islands named Honshu, Hokkaido, Kyushu and Shikoku, together with smaller islands.

Pacific Ocean lies to the East while the Sea of Japan and the East China Sea separate Japan from Asia.

- Japan is very mountainous and rugged
- Japan has 3,000 small islands that cover a combined area of 377,727 km squared
- Japan is 75% mountain.
-Population is concentrated on the small plain land that is available.


1.
Canadian Exports to Japan:
1. Does Japan have resources that can be found only there, or are resources there of high quality?
2. Does Japan have a competitive advantage?
1. Mineral fuels, oils
3. Is something manufactured in Japan that is not manufactured elsewhere? Has Japan been responsible for any major innovations?
GDP per capita in 2012:
Occupations:
Labour force (in 2010):

to Japan
The price, proximity, product ,preference, and promotion apply to all international trade.
The price of having to travel and ship the products is
The distance between Tokyo, Japan and Toronto, Canada is about 10341.64 km apart. Japan is also 14 hours ahead of Canada.Japan is an island nation in Eastern Asia. It is located on the Pacific Ocean while Canada, is located in the Northern Hemisphere.
The products of Japanese imports to Canada are mainly technology and vehicle parts. Canadian exports to Japan are basically natural resources such as minerals and oils.
$39,387.00
Currency:
1 yen= 0.010 Canadian Dollar
Time zone:
Capital City
Japan has the time zone of UTC+ 09:00.
If it is 9:30 PM in Ottawa, Canada (EST) it is 11:30 AM in Tokyo, Japan (JST).
Tokyo is 14 hours ahead of Ottawa.
Language:
The national language spoken in Japan is Nihongo.
Type of government:
-The labour forced was made up of 48.5% of women and 71.6% of men.
-The unemployment rate for women was 4.6% while it was 5.4% for men.
2 common jobs include being a teacher and fishermen. Knowing English is a very important factor to teaching as the Japanese are keen to learn English. Fishing is important as seafood is one of Japan’s most popular foods.
Motor vehicles, trailers, bicycles, motorcycles
2. Boilers, mechanical appliances
3.Electrical machinery and equipment
2. Oil seeds, fruit, and grain
3. Ores, slag and ash
Japan has a constitutional monarchy meaning they have an Emperor (Akihito) with limited power and must abide by laws of the constitution.
The shipping cost from Japan to Canada is expensive due to the distance from one another.
Japan is known for its high quality car parts because Toyota, Nissan, and Honda are all Japaneses oriented. This promotes Japan to export more equipment because those are very popular car brands. With the Internet and media it is very easy to promote international products.
For preference, Japan is known world-wide for their electronics, their vehicles, their Mangas and of course their sushi.
Due to Canada's large geography, Canadians are known to supply the world with many natural resources. These products made in Japan or Canada have a reputation of being the highest of quality in the world.
Conclusion:
After all that we have learned from Japanese and Canadian business relations we conclude that the partnership of these two countries are beneficial to both economies. Each country produces goods that are not available at home and the circulation of these products internationally not only creates wealth and jobs but also lessens cultural and political divides among nations. Japan and Canada’s trading partnership is worthwhile and prosperous, and should continue for many years to come.
This graphic shows how meso-scale climate controls place Tsumagoi in a Humid Continental region in Japan.


(Japan Fact sheet)
( Japan Fact Sheet)
(Weather Of Tsumagoi, Japan)
( Japan Fact Sheet)
(Japans Geography)
( Japan political Map)
(Statistics Canada)
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