Trade costs and changes in Canada's trade pattern Curtis, John M; Chen, Shenjie

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Curtis, John M ; Chen, Shenjie
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World Economy
Deregulation -- Influence; Influence; International trade -- Laws, regulations and rules
Academic; Trade
The changes in the transportation, distribution and networking costs have influenced Canada's internal and international trade. A fall in these costs bring down the locational disadvantages of the smaller economies, increasing the production, demand, and exports of their goods. It shows that liberalized trade barriers benefit the smaller economies better.
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