Canada's merchandise trade with the CPTPP member countries, 2017
The title of the infographic is "Canada's merchandise trade with the CPTPP member countries, 2017"
This infographic contains a map of North America, the western countries in South America, Australia, New Zealand, and the eastern countries of Asia, with borders drawn between all countries.
The map indicates Canada's total merchandise trade (imports plus exports) on a customs basis for every member country of the Comprehensive and Progressive Agreement for Trans-Pacific Partnership (CPTPP) in 2017. The member countries are depicted in shades of blue. On this map a darker colour indicates a higher amount of total trade. Countries that are not members of the CPTPP are not labelled and are depicted in beige. Canada is depicted in red.
Category 1 (dark blue) represents countries where total merchandise trade is greater than $15 billion. The countries included in category 1 are Japan and Mexico.
Category 2 (medium blue) represents countries where total merchandise trade is $3 billion to $15 billion. The countries included in category 2 are Australia, Malaysia, and Viet Nam.
Category 3 (light blue) represents countries where total merchandise trade is $1 billion to $3 billion. The countries included in category 3 are Chile, New Zealand, Peru, and Singapore.
Category 4 (very light blue) represents countries where total merchandise trade is less than $1 billion. The country included in category 4 is Brunei Darussalam.
The infographic includes a table showing the value of total trade with each member country in 2017 in billions of dollars, as well as the top imported and exported products. A depiction of each product appears beside the product name. These values and products are listed below:
Mexico: 43.3; top export: canola seeds; top import: autos
Japan: 29.4; top export: coal; top import: autos
Viet Nam: 6.1; top export: wheat; top import: cell phones
Australia: 3.9; top export: pork (frozen); top import: aluminum oxide
Malaysia: 3.5; top export: potash; top import: two-way radios
Chile: 2.9; top export: canola oil; top import: copper
Peru: 2.5; top export: wheat; top import: gold
Singapore: 2.4; top export: aircraft parts; top import: biodiesel
New Zealand: 1.2; top export: softwood lumber; top import: wines
Brunei Darussalam: 0.009; top export: soya beans; top import: chemicals (methanol)
Source: Statistics Canada, Canadian International Merchandise Trade Database, 2018.
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