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Spanning the northern continent of the Americas, North America is bordered to the north by the Arctic Ocean, to the southeast by the Caribbean Sea, and to the east by North Atlantic Ocean. Home to a population of 530 million, North America is the third largest continent in the world.

Many agree the claim that North America is the economic powerhouse that has reigned supreme for nearly a century, and is becoming the largest and strongest in the world. As we all know, North America has prospered because of the fast-growing economy of Canada, the United States and Mexico. Canada, the United States, and Mexico are natural partners in North America – one of the most successful economic regions in the world.

One of the strong economy body is the United State. Despite the challenges at domestic level, the U.S. economy is still the largest and most important in the world. Represent about one-fifth of the total global output, the U.S. has the sixth largest highest per capita GDP(PPP). Highly-developed and technologically-advanced services sector constitute 80% of its output, enabling the U.S. to surpass China. Canada, another contributing nation to the strong economy of North America, has the 10th (nominal) or 15th-largest (PPP) economy in the world, and is one of the world’s wealthiest nations. The Canadian economy is dominated by services-oriented companies in areas such as technology, financial services, healthcare and retail.

North America, in many ways, is always regarded as the top hotspot for investments that are full of opportunities and possibilities.