Trade and Investment
Canada’s trade relationship with Latvia is modest. In 2009, Canada exported $24.7 million in goods to Latvia including textile, machinery and electrical products and imported $17.2 million of products including wooden furniture, wood, glass and glassware and construction materials.
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