Dodge on Future Trends in the Canadian Economy

In a speech on 'Past Adjustments and Future Trends in the Canadian Economy' given on 8 December, David Dodge of the Bank of Canada said the economic adjustments that Canadians made through the 1990s and talked about the adjustments that will be necessary in coming decades. Regarding the current economic situation, Dodge said that slower-than-expected growth so far this year means that, in the fourth quarter of 2003 and through 2004, the economy will need to expand at a faster pace than

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