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Millions of Canadian jobs depend on international trade and investment. Through participation in global supply chains, Canadian businesses gain access new customers, technologies and production capabilities. Traditional markets such as the U.S., Europe and Japan remain important, but companies are also finding success in Asia, Latin America and Africa. The Canadian Chamber of Commerce is committed to working with its membership, the federal government and international institutions, such as the B20, ICC and OECD, to reduce barriers to the international flow of goods, services and capital. We also seek to ensure support services such as Export Development Canada and the Trade Commissioner Service meet the financing and business development needs of Canadian companies abroad.

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