- Trade intensity can be described as the ratio of household fares to the income from assembling and then multiplied by one hundred. This implies that an industry with more household fares also has a high proportion of assembling incomes. Trade intensity is calculated by dividing the domestic exports by the revenue from manufacturing. The trade intensity for Canada was at 46.02%. This implies that a significant amount of the manufacturing products traded in the country are from industries based in foreign countries. When all commercial ventures are included, the trade intensity for Canada was 46%. This also implies that a significant part of the products traded in the country were exported from other countries in the year 2011. From the statistics adduced, the telephones apparatus industry showed a trade intensity of 1000%. This demonstrates that very many items from this industry were traded in the Canada in 2011, whether through domestic consumption or in the import market.
- The import power of an industry or a country describes an estimation of the transported materials as a percentage aggregate of the fares involved. The aggregate estimation of the imported products in the transport industry amounted to 30,097 dollars in 2011. The aggregate estimate for the costs incurred to transport the products was at 75,047 for the same period. In order to compute the import power of the industry, the following calculations were done:
The same calculations were done in order to get the import power for 1995 in order to draw comparisons. This showed that the import power for the transport industry in 2011 was at 40%. Another industry that was significant for Canada was the vehicle gear industry. In the same year, the aggregate imports in this industry amounted to 16,848. The aggregate costs that were incurred in the transportation of these imports were 51,789. The import power for this industry as derived from these calculations 16,848/51,789 x 100 = 32.5% was at 32.5%. When the two industries are compared, the transport industry had more import power in 2011 compared to the vehicle gear industry.
- One of the biggest suppliers of products for the transport industry in Canada is Germany. This is exemplified by the 341 million dollars in products for the transport industry from Germany to Canada. Alternatively, significant products for the transport industry are sourced from France. According to the statistics adduced, 646 million dollars’ worth of products were shipped from France to Canada. The United States of America compares strongly compared to Germany and France. In the same period, products worth over eight billion dollars (8,736 million) were shipped from the United States of America to Canada.
- For this section of the paper, information gathered in 2009 will be used. The following presentation gives the statistics on the Shares of high-gifted work altogether work payment (LABHS). The data is given for various commercial enterprises in canada and their accompanying values