CANADA: Two-Way Traffic

CANADA Two-Way Traffic Keeping tabs on the U.S.-Canada tourist trade, 85% of which flows across the border in automobiles, Canada's car-counters last week issued an interim report on the 1955 season: northbound traffic from the U.S. is 8% heavier than last year; traffic southbound from Canada is up 15%. If the two-way traffic continues at the same rate until year's end, Canada's 1955 U.S. tourist total will top 9,000,000 and set an alltime record. But the gain will be wiped out, as usual, by the heavy exodus of Canadians, who regularly spend more money in the U.S. than visiting Americans...

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