Canada's Sask. wholesale trade hits USD2.5b in February

(MENAFN) Canadian Saskatchewan's wholesale trade reached an unprecedented USD2.5 billion in February, marking a 26 percent increase when compared to the same month a year ago, Leader Post reported.

By this feat, Saskatchewan achieves a trade profit which is unmatched among other Canadian provinces, according to statistics issued by Statistics Canada, which added that from January to February, the increase was 7.3 percent.

"In Saskatchewan, sales rose for the sixth time in seven months, up 7.3 percent (from January) to USD2.5 billion, the highest level on record, on the strength of gains in the miscellaneous subsector," the report said.


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