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Euromonitor International. (2016). [Statistics for market size of beer in Canada: US$/year-on-year exchange rates/current prices, 2006-2015]. Retrieved from http://www.euromonitor.com

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Author: Euromonitor International.
Note: Corporate author. Since most data found in Passport has been developed by combining external, secondary data with primary research results, then adjusting the results using internal algorithms and estimates, the data tables that result should be viewed as having been created by the database's author (Euromonitor International), regardless of the original sources of the data used in each table. More details

Date: 2016
Note: Euromonitor occasionally revises older data, so the current year will apply even if you are only citing older data. More details

Title: [Statistics for market size of beer in Canada: US$/year-on-year exchange rates/current prices, 2006-2015].
Note: The information appearing in brackets (exchange rate conversion, time period, etc.) has been included because it will help others to retrieve these statistics in Passport. Sentence case capitalization. More details

URL: http://www.euromonitor.com
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Context: Most data found in Passport has been developed by combining information from many external, secondary sources (e.g., government agencies and industry associations) with primary research results gathered by Passport's publisher, then adjusting the results using internal algorithms and estimates. Specific sources for the secondary data are rarely named.