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In 2007, stimulants imports in Canada was 14.8 kg per person per year. In the ranking by stimulants imports including 155 countries, Canada has the 15th rank that is close to the positions of such countries as France and the Norway. Compared to Kiribati which at the top of the ranking with stimulants imports of 67.4 kg per person per year in 2007, Canada has 78.04 % percent lower stimulants imports.The description is composed by our digital data assistant.
i) Imports and Exports per person is the amount of imports and exports, in terms of quantity, for each individual in the total population. Figures are shown for main food groups. Ii) In principle, this covers all movements into the country of a commodity during the reference period. It includes commercial trade, food aid granted on specific terms, donated quantities and estimates of unrecorded trade. As a general rule, figures are reported in terms of net weight, i.e. excluding the weight of the container. iii) In principle, this covers all movements out of the country of a commodity during the reference period. Remarks made under Imports can also be applied to exports.