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Canada and the United States share the world’s largest and most comprehensive trading relationship, supporting millions of jobs in each country. Along with Mexico, they form a North American platform for economic growth and development. As global competition intensifies, these partnerships will become even more important.

The Council’s work on North America includes:

  • Smarter border management programs
  • Collaboration on security issues
  • Accelerating the flow of people, goods and services between countries
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