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Chapter 2

Chapter 2. Rise of International Trade. Look at the following items and identify where they have come from. Manufactured Where?. Xbox-Mexico, Hungary, and China Volcom T-shirt- Greensboro, North Carolina Mac Computer – Foxconn industries China Corvette - Bowling Green, Kentucky

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Chapter 2

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  1. Chapter 2 Rise of International Trade

  2. Look at the following items and identify where they have come from.

  3. Manufactured Where? • Xbox-Mexico, Hungary, and China • Volcom T-shirt- Greensboro, North Carolina • Mac Computer – Foxconn industries China • Corvette - Bowling Green, Kentucky • HP Printer – China • Burton Snow Board – Originally Londonderry, Vermont , or in Urawa-shi, Japan. • Kona Bike frames – Company is owned 50% by Canadian 50% by American but parts are Manufactured in Canada, China, France, Italy, Japan, Malaysia, USA)

  4. How would you define International trade? • In your notebooks write down in your own words how you would define international trade. Student Response: _________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________

  5. What is International Trade? Defined International Trade is the: exchange of capital (money), goods, and services across international borders or territories. Things to Consider: • How would Canadian life be affected if international trade stopped? • Consider what items and services are purchased around the world. • Consider what would happen specifically to the Canadian economy if international trade stopped.  • If international trade stopped consider how Canadian society would be affected.

  6. World Trade Routes

  7. List 5 reasons why major trade routes have developed over time. • 1. • 2. • 3. • 4. • 5.

  8. What obstacles limit trade routes? • Students response? What things have we done to overcome these obstacles. • Students response?

  9. Renaissance Trade Routes

  10. Compare the similarities and differences between modern and Renaissance trade routes. Similarities Differences

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