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Universidad Católica de Santiago de Guayaquil
Facultad de Especialidades Empresariales


Opportunities Worldwide Project:

Export Cuy to Canada

Teacher: Jorge Bustamante


María Fe Almeida Calero
José Antonio Navas
Johanna Lopez
Carla Silva



a) General country information


Canada'spopulation was estimated at 33,930,800 

Government cut and tendency for the next 10 years:

The government of Canada is the system whereby the federation of Canada is administered by a common authority; in Canadian English, the term can mean either the collective set of institutions or specifically the Queen-in-Council. In both senses, the construct was established at Confederation, through theConstitution Act, 1867, as a constitutional monarchy, wherein the Canadian Crown acts as the core, or "the most basic building block," of the kingdom's Westminster-style parliamentary democracy. The Crown is thus the foundation of the executive, legislative, and judicial branches of the Canadian government.

Economic indexes:

|Exchange Rate|1,034 |1,015 |
|(C$ per US$, unadjusted, change columns reflect actual change)| | |
|Inflation Rate |1.40% |
|GDP Growth |1.23%|
|Unemployment Rate |8.20 |

GDP-> 1,301.373.000.000
Canada is the country number 14 in GDP, Source: International Monetary Fund.
GDP - per capita (PPP):
$38,400 (2009 est.)
$39,700 (2008 est.)
$39,900 (2007 est.)
Data are in 2009 US dollars
Source:CIA World Factbook

Current Exchange Rate:

← C.$ Vs. US Dollar

← 1,034 C $ is 1,015 US dollar

Elements of the Economy Enviroment. Sources the World Bank:

Units of measure:

International Dollars

← GDP: 1,23

← GNI per capita: 36.650

← GNP per capita:36.546

Standards associated with exports and imports: 

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Regulations Respecting Import Certificates
Enabling Statute: Export and Import Permits Act
Regulation current to May 4th, 2010
Import Certificate Regulations


Import Certificate Regulations

Regulations Respecting Import Certificates

1.These Regulations may be cited as the Import Certificate Regulations.

(1) These Regulations apply to any import certificate that is issued by or on behalf of the Minister of Industry, Trade and Commerce concerning goods for which such a certificate is required by the country of export before it will allow their export to Canada.
(2) Where an applicant has applied for an importcertificate, it shall be deemed, for the purpose of these Regulations and the Export and Import Permits Act, that the import certificate is required by the exporting country he has named in his application before it will allow the export of the goods to Canada.

(1) An application for an import certificate shall be made only by a resident of Canada, that is tosay, if the applicant is a natural person, he shall be a person who ordinarily resides in Canada and, if the applicant is a corporation, it shall be a corporation having its head office in Canada or operating a branch office in Canada.
(2) No person shall apply for an import certificate unless he intends to import the goods into Canada.

(1) An application for an import certificate shall...
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