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Project # 1

June 8, 2012

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7 Susan Street, Scarborough, Ontario, M1G1N6
Phone: 647-534-7155 cells: 647-534-7155 sugandeep88@yahoo.com June 8, 2012

Dr. Julie Nguyen
Centennial College
941, Progress Avenue
Toronto, Ontario
M5B1M4

Dear Professor:

I am happy to show you my research project on the topic “ Prospects of Canadian Trade and Investment with the Next Eleven”.

In the research I have shown that the economic growth of the N-11 countries is likely to increase on a large scale in the years to come. Most of the major countries of the world are focusing on investing in BRIC (Brazil, Russia, India, China) but they are least concerned in investing with the N-11. In my research i have shown that investing in N-11 can prove out to be very profitable. I have particularly focused the trade and investment relationship between Canada and one of the Next Eleven countries that is Vietnam. In my research you can see the raw and products that Canada is exporting to Vietnam. The GDP of Vietnam is increasing rapidly year by year. Canada export business with Vietnam is rising up as the time is passing by. Canada is exporting the products that Vietnam needs.

I have attached my research project paper along with this cover letter. I hope that my project will provide some value and knowledge about the subject though it being my first research project.

Thanking You

Yours sincerely
Canada Exporting and Investing in N-11 (Vietnam)

Abstract: -
In this research project, I would like to show how Canada is investing in the Next Eleven countries particularly Vietnam. There are many sectors in which Canada is investing in these countries. Some of the major sectors in which Canada is investing are agro food trade and industry. I would like to discus about the possibility of Canada…...

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