China may have been getting the most press over the past few weeks, but Canada isn't doing too well either. Here is a quote from the Financial Post:
Canada counts for 19 per cent of total U.S. exports, followed by Mexico at 16 percent, each more than double China's 7 per cent share. And the Canadian dollar is sliding much faster: It has fallen about 12 per cent against the U.S. dollar since the start of the year, while China's yuan has dropped just about 3 per cent.
Since Canada is the largest U.S export market, does Canada's current situation spell more trouble (in the U.S.) than China's decline of late?
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