La présence économique et
commerciale du Canada en
Floride et dans les Caraïbes
Conseillers du Commerce ExtConseillers du ...
3
• Canada: a mosaic of diversity and creativity
4
• Canada’s blockbuster talent
5
• Canadian voices
6
• Our flag: the maple leaf is Canada’s logo around the world
7
8
• Canada’s Coat of Arms
9
• A recent survey covering 28,000 people in 27
countries…
10
• …found that the world has a positive view of Canada
11
A 2010 online survey of over 18,000 people in 24 countries, conducted by Ipsos
Reid, shows that a majority (53%) of peo...
• Canada leads the G8 in fiscal discipline
• Canada: the most resilient economy in the G8
• Canada’s unemployment rate is about 8% today
• The IMF says that our GDP growth will lead the G8 this year
• A U.S. conservative think tank and the Wall Street Journal
say that Canada has the freest economy in the Americas
• Forbes magazine ranked Canada as the 4th best country for
business in 2010, ahead of the U.S.
• Newsweek also ranked Canada this year as the 7th best
country in the world
• Canada’s strong economy recognized by the U.S. media
Affaires étrangères et Commerce
international Canada (MAECI)
Canada has diplomatic and consular offices in over
270 locati...
SDC relève du MAECI
Plus de 150 bureaux au Canada et à l’étranger
Près de 800 délégués commerciaux
7 employés au Consulat ...
VTC: Sneak peak
Register at
infoexport.gc.ca
Guides
Monthly Electronic Newsletter
Mexico City
1000 km
500 km
Los Angeles
Denver
Houston
Atlanta
Seattle
Miami
New York
Boston
Philadelphia
Washington
Baltim...
Investment = Influence
Largest Foreign Investor• Canada is also a top investor in the U.S.
Canada and Florida Economic Relationship:
An Encouraging Story in a Difficult Time
En chiffres…
Commerce bilatéral de 7.8 milliards $ (soit
21.2 millions $ par jour)
Exportations presque doublées en 5 ans,...
Environ 70% du commerce bilatéral Canada-Floride
se fait avec l’Ontario et le Québec
Croissance moyenne de 10.4% des échan...
Investissement
Canada owns an estimated 10% of
foreign affiliate assets in Florida.
Canadian investment in Florida reporte...
Top Foreign Investors in Florida
By Value (billions) By Jobs Created
Japan $4.16 UK 45,000
Germany $4.13 Canada 24,300
UK ...
• Canada is responsible for nearly one in four closings with
international buyers across the United States
Floride du Nord
Floride centrale
Floride du Sud
From Beaches to Business:
Principaux Secteurs industriels
• Sciences de la vie
• TIC
• Aviation/Aérospatiale
• Sécurité/Dé...
Sources d’Information
Partenaires
Relations Canada-CARICOM
Les Amériques : nos voisins
• Intérêts communs et valeurs partagées
• Relations multidimensionnelles
• Liens directs
Plus ...
71.2% Change 2009/1999
-16.924.68.119.212.913.5% Change year on year
268.0273.6225.8200.4159.2139.8161.8Trinidad & Tobago ...
124.6% Change 2009/1999
-14.211.326.27.913.352.4% Change year on year
315.0341.4413.5307.3237.2156.373.8Trinidad & Tobago ...
102.4% Change 2009/1999
-15.115.819.611.813.136.3% Change year on year
583.0615.0639.3507.6396.4296.1235.6Trinidad & Tobag...
25.224.829.137.026.223.316.7Special Other98
26.826.224.122.622.518.110.2Pharmaceutical Products30
26.834.147.862.945.428.9...
8.49.511.39.99.98.45.6Edible Fruit And Nuts08
9.07.25.510.811.010.19.4Electrical Machinery85
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Canada's commercial relations with Florida and the Caribbean region
Canada's commercial relations with Florida and the Caribbean region
Canada's commercial relations with Florida and the Caribbean region
Canada's commercial relations with Florida and the Caribbean region
Canada's commercial relations with Florida and the Caribbean region
Canada's commercial relations with Florida and the Caribbean region
Canada's commercial relations with Florida and the Caribbean region
Canada's commercial relations with Florida and the Caribbean region
Canada's commercial relations with Florida and the Caribbean region
Canada's commercial relations with Florida and the Caribbean region
Canada's commercial relations with Florida and the Caribbean region
Canada's commercial relations with Florida and the Caribbean region
Canada's commercial relations with Florida and the Caribbean region
Canada's commercial relations with Florida and the Caribbean region
Canada's commercial relations with Florida and the Caribbean region
Canada's commercial relations with Florida and the Caribbean region
Canada's commercial relations with Florida and the Caribbean region
Canada's commercial relations with Florida and the Caribbean region
Canada's commercial relations with Florida and the Caribbean region
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Presentation in Miami on Nov 19 2010 to the "Conseillers du commerce extérieur de la france" (i.e. the Trade Advisors of France) on Canada's commercial relations with Florida and the Caribbean region.

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  1. 1. La présence économique et commerciale du Canada en Floride et dans les Caraïbes Conseillers du Commerce ExtConseillers du Commerce Extéérieur de la Francerieur de la France Section FlorideSection Floride--CaraCaraïïbesbes Miami ,19 Novembre 2010Miami ,19 Novembre 2010
  2. 2. 3 • Canada: a mosaic of diversity and creativity
  3. 3. 4 • Canada’s blockbuster talent
  4. 4. 5 • Canadian voices
  5. 5. 6 • Our flag: the maple leaf is Canada’s logo around the world
  6. 6. 7
  7. 7. 8 • Canada’s Coat of Arms
  8. 8. 9 • A recent survey covering 28,000 people in 27 countries…
  9. 9. 10 • …found that the world has a positive view of Canada
  10. 10. 11 A 2010 online survey of over 18,000 people in 24 countries, conducted by Ipsos Reid, shows that a majority (53%) of people say they’d live in Canada if they had an opportunity to move. Almost one-third (30%) of Americans would choose Canada. Other key findings include: • Eight in ten (79%) respondents think that Canadians enjoy one of the best qualities of life anywhere in the world. Nine in ten (89%) Canadians believe this – making them the country most likely to agree. • Most respondents (72%) believe that Canada is welcoming to immigrants, including 86% in China and 84% in India, while almost all (94%) Canadians think so. • Eight in ten (79%) of respondents would describe Canada as being tolerant of people from different racial and cultural backgrounds – equal to the proportion of Canadians (81%) who say the same thing. • And a more recent study shows that most people would live in Canada (if they could).
  11. 11. • Canada leads the G8 in fiscal discipline
  12. 12. • Canada: the most resilient economy in the G8
  13. 13. • Canada’s unemployment rate is about 8% today
  14. 14. • The IMF says that our GDP growth will lead the G8 this year
  15. 15. • A U.S. conservative think tank and the Wall Street Journal say that Canada has the freest economy in the Americas
  16. 16. • Forbes magazine ranked Canada as the 4th best country for business in 2010, ahead of the U.S.
  17. 17. • Newsweek also ranked Canada this year as the 7th best country in the world
  18. 18. • Canada’s strong economy recognized by the U.S. media
  19. 19. Affaires étrangères et Commerce international Canada (MAECI) Canada has diplomatic and consular offices in over 270 locations in 180 countries. Canada has diplomatic and consular offices in over 270 locations in 180 countries.
  20. 20. SDC relève du MAECI Plus de 150 bureaux au Canada et à l’étranger Près de 800 délégués commerciaux 7 employés au Consulat général du Canada a Miami au sein du SDC, complémenter par autres Sections
  21. 21. VTC: Sneak peak Register at infoexport.gc.ca
  22. 22. Guides
  23. 23. Monthly Electronic Newsletter
  24. 24. Mexico City 1000 km 500 km Los Angeles Denver Houston Atlanta Seattle Miami New York Boston Philadelphia Washington Baltimore Detroit Chicago Cleveland St. Louis Pittsburgh Milwaukee San Francisco St. John's Calgary Vancouver Regina Halifax Toronto Montréal Winnipeg Charlottetown Edmonton Victoria Ottawa Windsor Québec Fredericton Saskatoon ••17 des 20 + grandes villes pr17 des 20 + grandes villes prèès de las de la frontifrontièèrere •• 75% des exportations canadiennes75% des exportations canadiennes •• 58% de l58% de l’’IDE au CanadaIDE au Canada •• Commerce bilatCommerce bilatééral, 557 milliards $ral, 557 milliards $ en 2008, a triplen 2008, a tripléé depuis ldepuis l’’ALE de 1989ALE de 1989
  25. 25. Investment = Influence Largest Foreign Investor• Canada is also a top investor in the U.S.
  26. 26. Canada and Florida Economic Relationship: An Encouraging Story in a Difficult Time
  27. 27. En chiffres… Commerce bilatéral de 7.8 milliards $ (soit 21.2 millions $ par jour) Exportations presque doublées en 5 ans, important surplus commercial #3 marché étranger (Brésil et Vénézuela) #1 source de tourisme (2.9 millions de visiteurs en 2009, moitié du Québec) #2 destination des exportations Parmi principaux investisseurs étrangers et employeurs #1 acheteur étranger de biens immobiliers, en hausse de 43% depuis 2004 IMPACT ÉCONOMIQUE INDICATEURS, US$ MM 2003 2008 Exportations vers la Floride $2.8 $4.7 Importations de la Floride $2.4 $2.9 Dépenses des Touristes canadiens en Floride $1.4 $3.0 Avoirs des Filiales canadiennes en Floride $5.1 $3.0 Achats de Biens immobiliers des Canadiens en Floride* $1.4 $2.0 *(2004; May 2007-May 2008) TOTAL $13.1 $15.6 Canada: Partenaire économique international # 1 de la Florida
  28. 28. Environ 70% du commerce bilatéral Canada-Floride se fait avec l’Ontario et le Québec Croissance moyenne de 10.4% des échanges bilatéraux de 2003 à 2008 avec baisse en 2009. Près d’un tiers du commerce est intra-industrie, forte interdépendance et intégration. Diversifié, donc moins vulnérable aux cycles économique de boom et bust qui frappent certaines industries en particulier Industries les plus intégrées Véhicules Ordinateurs et équipement informatique Produits et pièces aérospatiales Équipement de télécommunication Engins, Turbines, Transmissions Machinerie industrielle Équipement électrique Produits chimiques
  29. 29. Investissement Canada owns an estimated 10% of foreign affiliate assets in Florida. Canadian investment in Florida reported $3 billion in property assets. Canadian companies are the third largest foreign employers in Florida(432,000 direct & indirect jobs). Most companies are located in Southeast Florida (47%) and the Tampa Bay area (23%). Investment clusters include the ICT, aerospace and defense, bio-energy, food products and construction sectors.
  30. 30. Top Foreign Investors in Florida By Value (billions) By Jobs Created Japan $4.16 UK 45,000 Germany $4.13 Canada 24,300 UK $3.88 Germany 22,600 Australia $3.56 Japan 21,100 Canada $3.36 Netherlands 20,700 • Canada represents 10% of all Foreign Direct Investment to Florida
  31. 31. • Canada is responsible for nearly one in four closings with international buyers across the United States
  32. 32. Floride du Nord Floride centrale Floride du Sud
  33. 33. From Beaches to Business: Principaux Secteurs industriels • Sciences de la vie • TIC • Aviation/Aérospatiale • Sécurité/Défense • Services professionnels et financiers (42 banques internationales, 4ième plus grand centre financier international aux É-U) • Tech. environnementales (e.g. construction verte et bioénergie) • Médias, Film, Culture • Mode, Style • Transports et Logistique
  34. 34. Sources d’Information
  35. 35. Partenaires
  36. 36. Relations Canada-CARICOM
  37. 37. Les Amériques : nos voisins • Intérêts communs et valeurs partagées • Relations multidimensionnelles • Liens directs Plus de 4 millions de Canadiens ont voyagé en Amérique latine et dans les Caraïbes (2007). 11 p. 100 des nouveaux immigrants au Canada sont originaires de l’Amérique latine et des Caraïbes. 70 diasporas de l’Amérique latine et des Caraïbes au Canada. 700 bourses d’études ont été accordées à des étudiants originaires de l’Amérique latine et des Caraïbes (2007).
  38. 38. 71.2% Change 2009/1999 -16.924.68.119.212.913.5% Change year on year 268.0273.6225.8200.4159.2139.8161.8Trinidad & Tobago - 12.411.110.210.211.314.15.5Suriname - 12.18.310.310.77.65.64.6St. Vincent & the Grenadi- 10.913.816.813.610.09.412.5St. Lucia - 6.78.49.57.66.04.810.6St. Kitts & Nevis - 0.30.40.30.40.50.40.1Montserrat - 122.8193.7198.9156.4152.8173.396.7Jamaica - 41.251.431.730.933.820.141.4Haiti - 29.521.727.224.316.411.814.6Guyana - 6.06.67.27.47.96.94.8Grenada - 4.86.14.96.15.15.55.6Dominica - 6.37.37.110.17.26.33.3Belize - 60.250.762.266.261.349.741.1Barbados - 151.2230.896.057.766.535.326.1Bahamas - 21.122.519.170.618.517.011.4Antigua & Barbuda - 753.6906.4727.2672.6564.2499.8440.2-CARICOM- - 359,383.9483,579.4450,413.0440,365.1436,350.6412,290.0########-- The World -- - Jan-Dec 2009 Jan-Dec 2008 Jan-Dec 2007 Jan-Dec 2006 Jan-Dec 2005 Jan-Dec 2004 Jan-Dec 1999Country - Millions of Canadian Dollars Canada - Exports -Total- by Country
  39. 39. 124.6% Change 2009/1999 -14.211.326.27.913.352.4% Change year on year 315.0341.4413.5307.3237.2156.373.8Trinidad & Tobago - 535.4607.1402.8216.2184.4142.382.6Suriname - 0.20.10.60.30.10.10.2St. Vincent & the Grenadi- 2.30.20.30.20.50.40.6St. Lucia - 7.05.24.38.87.98.25.1St. Kitts & Nevis - 0.10.10.20.50.10.20.2Montserrat - 164.8327.6370.9413.8393.0343.7201.1Jamaica - 21.819.322.119.825.122.811.2Haiti - 300.3225.1161.5142.1147.2197.7192.0Guyana - 0.50.90.71.00.91.31.6Grenada - 0.40.30.40.30.80.31.6Dominica - 7.310.811.09.69.78.314.0Belize - 8.78.58.113.67.48.510.7Barbados - 31.073.563.323.357.155.726.0Bahamas - 0.45.50.60.40.60.60.4Antigua & Barbuda - 1,395.11,625.71,460.21,157.01,071.9946.4621.1-CARICOM- - 365,024.3433,975.9407,271.5397,043.8380,858.2355,886.2########-- The World -- - Jan-Dec 2009 Jan-Dec 2008 Jan-Dec 2007 Jan-Dec 2006 Jan-Dec 2005 Jan-Dec 2004 Jan-Dec 1999Country - Millions of Canadian Dollars Canada - Imports -Total- by Country
  40. 40. 102.4% Change 2009/1999 -15.115.819.611.813.136.3% Change year on year 583.0615.0639.3507.6396.4296.1235.6Trinidad & Tobago - 547.8618.2412.9226.4195.7156.488.1Suriname - 12.38.410.911.07.85.74.8St. Vincent & the Grenadi- 13.213.917.113.710.69.713.1St. Lucia - 13.713.713.816.413.812.915.8St. Kitts & Nevis - 0.40.50.50.90.60.70.3Montserrat - 287.6521.3569.8570.2545.8516.9297.8Jamaica - 63.070.753.850.758.942.952.6Haiti - 329.8246.8188.7166.4163.6209.5206.6Guyana - 6.57.57.98.48.98.26.4Grenada - 5.26.45.36.45.95.87.2Dominica - 13.618.218.119.716.914.617.4Belize - 68.859.270.379.868.758.251.7Barbados - 182.2304.3159.381.0123.690.952.1Bahamas - 21.627.919.771.019.117.611.8Antigua & Barbuda - 2,148.72,532.12,187.41,829.61,636.11,446.21,061.4-CARICOM- - 724,408.2917,555.4857,684.5837,408.9817,208.8768,176.2########-- The World -- - Jan-Dec 2009 Jan-Dec 2008 Jan-Dec 2007 Jan-Dec 2006 Jan-Dec 2005 Jan-Dec 2004 Jan-Dec 1999Country - Millions of Canadian Dollars BILATERAL TRADE
  41. 41. 25.224.829.137.026.223.316.7Special Other98 26.826.224.122.622.518.110.2Pharmaceutical Products30 26.834.147.862.945.428.937.2Electrical Machinery85 32.036.938.347.530.333.928.1Paper,Paperboard48 33.836.032.731.227.620.029.3Fish And Seafood03 34.329.932.430.634.334.713.9Meat02 40.890.873.137.337.856.46.4Cereals10 64.666.868.156.356.058.552.8Machinery84 115.295.439.78.810.10.00.0Ores,Slag,Ash26 122.9206.452.92.021.81.00.6Mineral Fuel, Oil Etc27 753.6906.4727.2672.6564.2499.8440.2-CARICOM- Jan-Dec 2009 Jan-Dec 2008 Jan-Dec 2007 Jan-Dec 2006 Jan-Dec 2005 Jan-Dec 2004 Jan-Dec 1999DescriptionHS Millions of Canadian Dollars Canada - Exports -Total- from -CARICOM-
  42. 42. 8.49.511.39.99.98.45.6Edible Fruit And Nuts08 9.07.25.510.811.010.19.4Electrical Machinery85 14.214.019.014.014.08.85.5Knit Apparel61 17.416.318.717.814.017.214.5Fish And Seafood03 33.933.132.528.727.124.222.1Beverages22 51.996.536.7132.7118.346.641.9Iron And Steel72 127.6224.4195.680.392.787.76.1Organic Chemicals29 148.732.3174.384.750.057.629.7Mineral Fuel, Oil Etc27 233.4627.6598.2384.2363.4322.3164.4Inorg Chem;Rare Erth Mt28 718.8521.1342.6347.3322.7328.6257.2Precious Stones,Metals71 1,395.11,625.71,460.21,157.01,071.9946.4621.1-CARICOM- Jan-Dec 2009 Jan-Dec 2008 Jan-Dec 2007 Jan-Dec 2006 Jan-Dec 2005 Jan-Dec 2004 Jan-Dec 1999DescriptionHS Millions of Canadian Dollars Canada - Imports -Total- from -CARICOM-
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