The Canadian Press

2009-12-07 | Harper-Korea

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Prime Minister Stephen Harper became the first Canadian leader to address South Korea's National Assembly, using a December 7th speech to emphasize ties between the two countries. Harper said Canada was well-positioned to help grow Asian economies. He spoke of Canada's role as he ended his visit to South Korea. Harper said Canada's traditional trading partners, the US and Europe, will be mired in slow growth for some time.

Date: 2009-12-07
Placeline: Seoul, South Korea
Source: The Canadian Press
Length: 17 seconds

Transcript Prediction: << I'm so the greater opportunity is obviously in the Asia Pacific region and obviously Canada's specially positioned for that region because we can supply, some of the raw materials and resources that very few developed countries have to offer >>

Clip ID: 20091207CPCN001