North America

The economies of Canada, Mexico and the United States, while interconnected, are dramatically different in scope and size. The United States has the largest and most technologically developed economy in North America with its services sector comprising 76.7% of GDP, industry 22.2% and agriculture 1.2%. The North American continent covers an area of 24.7 million km² and has a population of 528.7 million.

“We all do better when we work together. Our differences do matter, but our common humanity matters more” – Bill Clinton

  • Beijing Review – Canada Report 2017

    2017 is a momentous year for Canada. The peaceful nation, famous for maple syrup, the Niagara Falls and ice hockey is celebrating its 150th birthday. Blessed with a thriving economy and outstanding natural beauty, Canada has become a modern leader in the Western Hemisphere.
  • The Business Times – Southern California Report 2016

    With the City-state of Singapore and the United States establishing ties in 1966, this year marks fifty years of Singaporean - American diplomatic relations.
  • The Business Times – Canada Report 2015

    This year marks Canada and Singapore’s fiftieth anniversary of diplomatic ties dating back to the founding of Singapore in 1965.