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Canada looking to up trade with China

While the United States economy continues to falter, Canada's prime minister is turning his attention to increasing trade with other countries. Stephen Harper is currently touring South and Central America and, in November, he plans to go to China. Canada has a 4-to-one trade imbalance with China which will be difficult to redress. Lynn Desjardins is in with a look at the positive and negative aspects of Canada's efforts to increase trade with China. ( Photo: Istockphoto )

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