Dodge on Canada's competitiveness

In a speech on 'Canada's competitiveness: The importance of investing in skills' given on 30 March, David Dodge of the Bank of Canada said that Canada must do a much better job of improving productivity to keep up with competition from rising economic powerhouses China and India.

"Over the past two years -- while economists, business leaders, and policy makers have talked about the need to raise productivity -- output per hour has been essentially flat," Dodge said in the prepared text of a

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