Canada's Dodge on the global economic landscape

In the speech 'The global economic landscape and the implications for Ontario' given on 25 October David Dodge of the Bank of Canada said global economic growth is expected to be a little higher than previously anticipated, but a weaker near-term outlook for the U.S. economy has curbed the near-term prospects for Canadian exports and growth.

Dodge pointed out that Ontario's economy will be affected more than the national average because of the close ties between the province's industrial base

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