In 2012, Canada's exports to Brunei amounted to $4.3 million with the most export are in machinery, while Brunei's exports to Canada totalled $6.7 million mainly in organic chemicals. The trade relationship includes commerce across a number of sectors and Brunei become a potential market for Canadian companies particularly in oil and gas sectors, information and communication technologies (ICT), agriculture and agri-food, environment, aerospace and education. Other Canadian companies also has shown interest in investment.
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- Fitri Shahminan (20 November 2013). "Canada eyes investments in services". The Brunei Times. Retrieved 15 February 2014.
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