Agriculture, forestry, fishery
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Ironically, it is the growth of other nations that will fuel the Canadian boom in the agriculture, forestry and fishery sectors. In countries like Brazil, India and China, where emerging economies have growing GDPs, there is an ever-increasing demand for the natural resources Canada is blessed with. By simply meeting demand in these budding economies, Canada is uniquely suited to enjoy a boom in line with other high-growth countries in the world. Says Rahnema of Canada, which has much of the food commodities needed to feed emerging nations: "It's like that convenience store around the corner."
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