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The first two chapters of Retail Nation explore the rise of the retail industry and how department stores came to be known as a national identity for Canadians. Departments stores in Canada emerged late compared to Britain, France and the United States however, they grew quickly, and even surpassed large global retail stores in terms of sales and size. The top three department stores: Eaton's, Simpson's and HBC monopolized Canada's retail market, differentiating themselves from international competitors. They were able to capture the market through innovative ideas such as mail-order catalogues and various branch stores. Retailers promoted consumerism as normal and portrayed Canada as a ‘consumer nation’ (58).
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Lastly, the skyrocketing growth of Canadian economy by the middle of 1920s resultantly benefited USA than Canada. To begin with, the companies of USA were located in Canada, even if they are controlled by USA. “The US companies built the factories in order to avoid the tariffs when they import the wares to Canada” (Bell, 2012, para.1). In other words, as the US companies could establish many factories in Canada as well as they circumvented the importing tariffs, they could get double profits by both two advantages of setting up the branch plants. Additionally, since the branch plants, partially for automobile companies, thrived, many Canadian auto-industries lost their control.