After Word War II, the United States, Canada, and other eastern rim countries became strong trading partners with Japan, China, Taiwan, and several other Asian nations, where well-educated and relatively low wage workers were easily able to learn new skills and methods of producing everything from air conditioners to laptops. Millions of dollars of goods are traded each year between the countries in this dynamic economic model. Click the image for a larger, printable version.
The Pacific Rim Trade Routes
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