Who was Canada’s highest importer in 2017?

Who is the biggest importer in Canada?

Canada’s largest source of imports by far is the United States. (See Canada-US Economic Relations.) The European Union, China and Mexico are also major sources of imported goods and services.

Who does Canada import the most from?

Top 10 Import Countries

Country Import USD$
United States $229,985,546,059
China $56,531,338,898
Mexico $27,873,021,799
Germany $14,565,139,143

Who did Canada import the most goods from in 2016?

Canada imports from United States worth US$ 209,922 million, with a partner share of 52.18 percent. Canada imports from China worth US$ 48,576 million, with a partner share of 12.07 percent. Canada imports from Mexico worth US$ 25,040 million, with a partner share of 6.22 percent.

What are the top 3 countries Canada imports from?

Canada trade balance, exports and imports by country

In 2017, Canada major trading partner countries for exports were United States, China, United Kingdom, Japan and Mexico and for imports they were United States, China, Mexico, Germany and Japan.

What are the top 5 imports of Canada?

Canada’s Top Imports

  • Cars—$28 billion (USD)
  • Car parts and accessories—$20 billion (USD)
  • Trucks—$15 billion (USD)
  • Crude oil—$14 billion (USD)
  • Processed petroleum oil—$14 billion (USD)
  • Phones—$11 billion (USD)
  • Computers—$9 billion (USD)
  • Medications—$8 billion (USD)
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Who are Canada’s top 5 import partners?

Canada top 5 Export and Import partners

Market Trade (US$ Mil) Partner share(%)
United States 336,215 75.37
China 17,536 3.93
United Kingdom 14,928 3.35
Japan 9,516 2.13

What are Canada’s top 10 imports?

Top 10

  • Machinery including computers: US$61.2 billion (15.1% of total imports)
  • Vehicles: $56.2 billion (13.9%)
  • Electrical machinery, equipment: $39.7 billion (9.8%)
  • Mineral fuels including oil: $20.2 billion (5%)
  • Gems, precious metals: $17.4 billion (4.3%)
  • Plastics, plastic articles: $16 billion (3.9%)

What commitments did Canada make as a member of NATO?

1969: Canada’s commitment to NATO wavers; Canada reduces both its military presence in Europe and its overall defence spending. 1960s/1970s: Canada further reduces and reorganises its forces stationed in Europe, while continuing to participate fully in NATO’s political dialogue and international cooperation efforts.

What are Canada’s top 10 merchandise import partners?

Also shown is each import country’s percentage of total Canadian exports.

  • United States: US$287.1 billion (73.5% of total Canadian exports)
  • China: $18.8 billion (4.8%)
  • United Kingdom: $15 billion (3.8%)
  • Japan: $9.2 billion (2.4%)
  • Germany: $4.8 billion (1.2%)
  • Mexico: $4.6 billion (1.2%)
  • Netherlands: $4.1 billion (1%)

What are Canada’s top 10 service import partners?

Hong Kong – 3.4% Mexico – 2.6% France – 2.5%

Major destinations for services exports, by country, in 2017:

  • United States – 57.6%
  • United Kingdom – 6.0%
  • China – 3.3%
  • France – 2.7%
  • Switzerland – 2.2%