Comparing Canada’s agriculture with other developed nations: Japan, the United Kingdom and the United States

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This article sheds light on the competitiveness of Canada’s agriculture in the global market by drawing cross-country comparisons of selected agricultural commodities.

Despite challenges faced by the Canadian agricultural industry—labour challenges, supply chain disruptions resulting from the COVID-19 pandemic and an increase in extreme weather occurrences related to climate change—Canada’s agriculture stacks up relatively well against selected developed nations, such as Japan, the United Kingdom and the United States.

Issue Number: 2021001
Author(s): Chen, Zong Jia
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