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Nominal GDP (2002): $735.5 billion.
Real GDP growth rate (2002): 3.3%.
Nominal per capita GDP (2002): $23,423.
Natural resources: Petroleum and natural gas, hydroelectric power, metals and minerals, fish, forests, wildlife, abundant fresh water.
Agriculture: Products--wheat, livestock and meat, feed grains, oil seeds, dairy products, tobacco, fruits, vegetables.
Industry: Types--motor vehicles and parts, machinery and equipment, aircraft and components, other diversified manufacturing, fish and forest products, processed and unprocessed minerals.
Trade: Merchandise exports (2002)--$263.8 billion: motor vehicles and spare parts, lumber, wood pulp and newsprint, crude and fabricated metals, natural gas, crude petroleum, wheat. 86% of 2002 Canadian exports went to the United States. Merchandise imports (2002)--$227 billion: motor vehicles and parts, industrial machinery, crude petroleum, chemicals, agricultural machinery. 72% of 2002 Canadian imports came from the United States.