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6867QUEBEC2 NORTH AMERICA AND MORE*QUEBEC, NORTH AMERICA AND MORE*1988color12 minvhs The economic development of Quebec, the largest Canadian province, is built on its' natural resources. Huge forests, many mineral deposits and inexpensive energy are boons to economic growth and development. Entrepreneurs and investors find it profitable to locate in Quebec where there are low tax rates and governmental incentives. An excellent quality of life is an added bonus. 100 million consumers live within 1,000 miles of Quebec, a purchasing power of $1,000 billion. (Donated by the Department of Canadian Studies) (Restricted to use by institutions of learning within the State of Washington only)