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what is canada's gdp and what is japan's gdp ? please answer this question. thank you:) ^-^ :) :) ^-^

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  1. Are you searching for Canada's gdp growth rate? If so try Google. If you're searching for 2010. Then type in canada's gdp growth rate 2010. For 2008 it says 0.4%

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