Canada's Duguay on monetary policy, global economy

In a speech on 'National monetary policy in a global economy' given on 22 March, Pierre Duguay of the Bank of Canada discusses the positive contribution of the bank's inflation-control strategy to the Canadian economy and highlights the importance of exchange rate flexibility.

After recalling how the decline in the external value of the Canadian dollar during the 1990s helped our economy adjust to various external and internal shocks, Mr. Duguay considers the kind of adjustments the Canadian

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