Statistics Canada’s latest data shows that Canadian exports to Belgium, which amounted to $181 million in June and to $172 million in July, were up substantially in August to $232 million. Canadian imports from Belgium on the other hand, amounting to $165 million in June and to $130 million in July, also increased to $213 million in August. As we can see, our bilateral trade is on the upswing and it will be interesting to see its evolution ahead. Continue reading
This guest post by Christian Sivière, President at Solutions Import Export Logistique, comes from a recent article he published on Canada’s international trade, zooming in on trade with Belgium. Reprinted with permission of the author.
Canada’s international merchandise trade, October 2012 Canada’s merchandise imports declined 1.2% while exports increased 1% in October, narrowing Canada’s trade deficit with the world narrowed from $1 billion in September to $169 million. Imports declined to $38.3 billion with volumes down 1.8%, as widespread decreases were recorded. Exports increased Continue reading