Canada’s merchandise imports edged up 0.1% while exports were unchanged in November, bringing our trade deficit with the world from $908 million in October to $940 million.
Trade between Canada and Belgium
Concerning trade with Belgium, Canadian exports amounted to $200 million in September but went down to $152 million in October, then back up to $161 million in November. Canadian imports from Belgium, on their side, amounted to $179 million in September, were up slightly at $180 million in October and up again to $190 million in November. As we can see, our bilateral trade has ups and downs and it will be interesting to see its evolution in the months ahead. Continue reading