British Columbia Industry Review, 1986Microform - 1987
Resource industries have traditionally been a dominant feature of the British Columbia economy with raw and processed resources accounting for 85% of the province's exports. This annual report reviews the economic implications of Expo 86, the forest industry dispute, tariffs against shakes and shingles and the protectionist threat to softwood lumber, and also identifies the rise of service industries. Sectoral analysis is given for the following: forestry, mining and metal refining, energy, agriculture and food, marine resources, manufacturing and construction. Discusses the infrastructure of transportation, communications and utilities services and gives analysis of commercial, tourism and personal and government services.
Publisher: Victoria : Ministry of Economic Development, 1987
Description: 55 p. : ill
Branch Call Number: MF BC-DOC 88-01349