Challenge from the Americas
The Empire Club of Canada Addresses (Toronto, Canada), 26 Oct 1961, p. 22-34
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Challenge from the Americas

Two examples of merchandising in foreign markets. Prospecting for needers. Great economic changes in Europe. Effect on Canada if we don't prepare. World trade. Uncertain markets. Canada's imbalance of trade, particularly with the United States as one of the largest in the world. Steps taken to solve our present economic dilemma. Criticism of those steps. Canada's generosity with its domestic market. Foreign exporters taking advantage of weaknesses in Canada's tariff structure. Operating equally. The United States' program for social progress. Some statistics to understand the program. Aid to developing countries. Effect on the future of Canada from the United States policies and programs. The speaker's conviction that "more fertile fields for Canadian Trade and Commerce lie in the Americas."