Canada's economy

May 2011
OECD Observer;May2011, Issue 284, p43
Academic Journal
An interview with James M. Flaherty, Canada's Minister of Finance, is presented. When asked on the state of the Canadian economy in 2011, he mentions that economic recovery is in progress after six consecutive quarters of growth by the end of 2010. He believes that the country's economic strength is its high employment rates in the Organisation for Economic Co-operation & Development (OECD). Also, he states that the improvement of productivity performance is a key challenge for the country.


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