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How does British Columbia’s geography contribute to its economic and cultural ties with the Pacific Rim?

The economics of British Columbia and Pacific Rim countries are similar.

British Columbia’s nearness to the other Pacific Rim countries has led to cultural exchange and valuable trading relationships.

The railways throughout Canada do not reach British Columbia.

British Columbia has more than 15% with Asian ancestry.

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  2. British Columbia’s nearness to the other Pacific Rim countries has led to cultural exchange and valuable trading relationships.

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  3. I agree;

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  5. idk but I think that's right to,

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