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India & Canada's Trades

Imports and exports between India and Canada.

Abby R

on 19 January 2013

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India & Canada's Trades India and Canada's Relationship India and Canada must trade with each other in order to survive. It is vital. Each country gives the other one something that they need or don't have. Physical Characteristics of India Economic Characteristics of India Political Characteristics of India Social Characteristics of India Himalayan Mountains Thar Desert Vantawng Falls Mountains - One of the most well-known mountains is the Himalayan Mountain. It protects the country from foreign invasion.
Volcanoes - One volcano that is often known by people is the Deccan Traps. It is dormant and active. Some other ones are Barren Island, Baratang and Narcondam.
Glaciers - There are many glaciers in India. The largest one is the Siachen Glacier. Some other ones are Nubra Glacier, Rimo Glacier, Bhaga Glacier, and many more. Valleys - Some of the many valleys in India are Damodar Valley, Araku Valley, Kashmir Valley, Spiti Valley, etc.
Deserts - One of the deserts in India is the Thar Desert also known as the Great Indian Desert.
Islands - There are many islands in India. The most well-known ones are the Andaman Island and the Barren Island. Some other ones are the Netrani Island, Minicoy Island, Nicobar Islands, Willingdon Island and many more. Waterfalls - There are many waterfalls in India. Some of them are Jog Falls, Dudhsagar Falls, Kunchikal Falls, Vantawng Falls, and more.
Beaches - Some of the many beaches in India are Arambol Beach, Anjuna Beach, Vizag Beach, Marina Beach, Adyar Beach and lots more.
Plains - The plain in India is called the Indo-Gangetic Plains a.k.a. the North Indian Plain. Type of Government - Federal parliamentary republic
Prime Minister - Manmohan Singh (Elected by citizens)
President - Pratibha Patil (Had to sign a contract to become
How the government is chosen - Leaders are elected by the citizens (Voting or election)
Capital City - New Delhi Government Parties: Did You Know?
- The Indian National Congress and Bharatiya Janata Party are the
two major government parties in India.
- India is a federal parliamentary republic. This is a mix of federal
republic and parliamentary republic.
- Although New Delhi is the capital city, Mumbai is the largest city
in India.
- The Rashtrapati Bhavan is the official residence for the
President of India. Population - 1,210,193,422
People - Indian
Major Languages Spoken: Important Holidays - Independence Day (August 15th), Republic Day (January 26th), Mahatma Gandhi's Birthday (October 2nd), and May Day (May 1st)
Indian Traditions - Birth Ceremony, Traditional Welcome, Wedding
Ceremony, Namaskar/Namaste, Lighting Lamp/ Diya, Prostrating
Before Parents and Elders, and Death Ceremony Religions: Food - The food in India is generally spicy. Whether it is north, south west or east, spices are included in almost every meal. All of the spices used have either medical or nutritional properties. Some of these spices include charoli, ginger, cinnamon, fresh basil and almond.
Culture - Teachers are often viewed as people of all knowledge or gurus. The father is usually the leader of a typical Indian family. They have deep-rooted trust between relatives. Did You Know?
- There are approximately 368 people per km²
- August 15, 1947 is the day that India achieved independence
from the British Rule. Therefore they celebrate Independence
Day in India on August 15
- On an average in India 51 births are given per minute What we IMPORT from India: • Garments
• Textiles
• Cotton yarn
• Carpets
• Floor Spread
• Gems, Jewellery & Precious Stones
• Organic Chemicals
• Coffee
• Spices
• Light Engineering Goods
• Iron and Steel Articles
• Footwear & Leather Products
• Rice
• Cereals
• Processed Food
• Marine Products What we EXPORT to India: • Newsprint
• Wood Pulp
• Asbestos
• Potash
• Peas
• Iron Scrap
• Copper
• Minerals
• Industrial Chemicals
• Polymer of Ethylene Canada India Canada India Currency - Rupees, Paise
1 CAD = 53.7850 (54) INR
1 INR = 0.0185960792 (0.019) CAD
1 Rupee = 100 Paise
Notes in Rupees: 5, 10, 20, 50, 100, 500 & 1000
Coins in Rupees: 1, 2, 5 & 10
Coins in Paise: 10, 20 (withdrawn) & 50 Workforce: +50% of India's workforce is self employed (meaning they have their own business)
- Female employees are paid less than they should be which is unfair
- Around 15.6% receive salaries and 33.5% have irregular chances of working
- Regular wage in rural area is 7.3% and in cities is 41.5%. There are better chances of finding a job in a city than there is in rural areas
- In rural areas, 54.2% are self-employed, and in urban areas, 41.4% are self employed Did you know?
- The singular form for Paise is Paisa
- Gandhi is on EVERY single Rupee note
- Written on every rupee note is "Reserve Bank of India" By: Abida, Mayeesha & Nuzhat Provinces and Territories - India has 28 states and 7 union territories.
India is surrounded by the following seas:
Arabian Sea (West)
Bay of Bengal (East)
Laccadive Sea (Southwest)
Indian Ocean (South)
Rivers - Indus, Jhelum, Chenub, Ravi, Beas, Sutlej, Yamuna, Gomti, Jamuna, Chambal, Narmada, Tapti, Mahanadi, Godavari, Krishna, Kaveri
Gulfs - Gulf of Cambay, Gulf of Kutch, Gulf of Manner
Lakes - Sambhar Lake, Vembanad Lake, Kolleru Lake, Loktak Lake, Dal Lake, Chilka Lake, Sasthamkotta Lake Physical Characteristics of India (Continued) Landmarks - The Golden Temple, Amritsar (temple in India)
Qutab Minar (one of the Islamic structures in India)
Jama Masjid (one of the largest mosques)
Rashtrapati Bhavan, New Delhi (where the president of India lives)
India Gate (is the gate to Rasptrapati)
Lotus Temple (another temple in India)
Red Fort (a fort)
Taj Mahal (one of the 7 Wonders of the World)
Sun Temple, Konark (another temple)
Hawa Mahal, Jaipur (five-story pyramidal building)
Ajanta, Maharashtra (cave-like place) Animals - Cows, buffaloes, goats, poultry, sheep, lions, tigers, leopards, snow leopards, rhinoceroses, camels, monkeys, wolves, foxes, bears, crocodiles, black panthers, cheetahs, snakes, antelopes, deer, bison, etc.
Asian elephant, Indian White-romped vulture, Asiatic Lion, Brahminy Kite, Brown Fish-owl, Red Panda, Indian Cobra, Indian Gazelle, Indian Peafowl, Indian Wild Dog, Lion-tailed Macaque, Pariah Kite, Ring-necked Parakeet, Royal Bengal Tiger, Shikra, Sloth Bear, Water Buffalo, Nilgari, Gaur, Golden Jackal, Dholes, Striped Hyena, Mongoose, etc. Flowers - Lotus, Rose, Marigold, Jasmine, Bougainvillea, Orchids, Water Lily, Polash, Amaltas, Queen Crape Myrtle, Rhododendron, Sita-ashok, Nagkesar, Brahma Kamal, Shefali
Trees - Gum tree, Arabic tree, Indian almond, Banyan, Jujube tree, Umbrella or Portia tree, Cannon-ball tree, Casuarina, Coconut Palm, Copperpod, Coralwood tree, Drumstick tree, Gulmohar, Indian Coral tree, Indian Cork tree Bougainvillea Jujube Tree Royal Bengal Tiger Indian Peafowl Did you know?
- India has an area of 3.28 million square km and is the seventh largest country in the world
- Cinnamon Taj Mahal Bay of Bengal Manmohan Singh 2010 E 2.1 billion
I 2.1
2010 2.2 billion 2.42 billion + 0.22 billion
2009 2.0 billion 2.14 billion + 0.14 billion
2008 2.12 billion 2.15 billion + 0.02 billion Year Imports Exports Trade Balance Trade balance between India and Canada Canada has had a postive trade balance with India from 2008 to 2010, by a bit.
Canada is the second largest country in the world with an area of 9,984,670 km2. Canada also holds 8.92% of the world’s water. The official languages of Canada are English and French, although the majority of Canada speaks English. Canada is a multi-cultural environment. The main exports are lumber and maple syrup. Canada is the world’s largest producer of maple syrup.
The currency of Canada is Canadian dollar (CAD). Canada is home to the Western Hemisphere’s tallest free-standing tower; the CN tower. The national sport of Canada is lacrosse. It is a winter sport. Canada does not have a national flower, instead, each of its provinces have one. A brief summary on Canada India is the seventh largest country in the world and the largest country in South Asia with an area of 3,287,263 km. This is almost 3 times smaller than the area of Canada. India also has 9.56 of the world’s water. The majority of India speaks Hindi and their religion is Hinduism. It has been well-known since India traded many different spices with other countries. The currency of India is the Indian Rupee (INR). One of the Seven Wonders of the World is in India; the Taj Mahal. The national flower of India is the lotus. The national sport of India is field hockey. The national flower of India is the lotus. A brief summary of India The lotus Maple Syrup
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