Canadian International Merchandise Trade, September 2014
from Statistics Canada
Canada's merchandise imports declined 1.5 percent in September, while exports rose 1.1 percent. As a result, Canada's trade balance with the world went from a deficit of $463 million in August to a surplus of $710 million in September. Imports declined to $44.1 billion, as volumes decreased 1.0 percent and prices were down 0.6 percent. The main contributors to the decline in imports were energy products as well as metal and non-metallic mineral products. Exports rose to $44.8 billion, as volumes were up 1.6 percent while prices edged down 0.4 percent.
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