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Canadian Boating Statistical Abstract: Recreational Boat and Marine Engine Exports & Imports Section

by National Marine Manufacturers Association 4 Nov 18:29 PDT

The Recreational Boat and Marine Engine Exports & Imports section of NMMA's 2021 Canadian Boating Statistical Abstract is now available. This section covers exports and imports from and to Canada spanning 2012 to 2021.

After a year of supply chain turbulence and Covid uncertainties, Canadian trade as it related to the recreational boating industry intensified in 2021, resulting in significant growth in trade activity with multiple trading partner nations. As a result, Canada was a net importer in 2021 with a trade deficit of nearly CAD $1.4 billion.

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