The Path to Temptation: The Negotiation of Canada’s Reconstruction Loan to Britain in 1946

@inproceedings{Mackenzie1982ThePT,
  title={The Path to Temptation: The Negotiation of Canada’s Reconstruction Loan to Britain in 1946},
  author={Hector M. Mackenzie},
  year={1982}
}
Pendant la Deuxieme Guerre Mondiale, la dependance economique du Canada vis-a-vis du commerce international augmenta considerablement. En 1944, en effet, les exportations canadiennes comptaient pour 31 pour cent du revenu national. La bonne part de ces exportations, toutefois, etait dirigee vers le Royaume-Uni et etait surtout constituee des contributions canadiennes a ce qu'il etait convenu d'appeler, a l'epoque, l'effort de guerre. Consequemment, tout au long des annees de guerre, le marche… Expand
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