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Canada and the future of the international economy
Harry H. Postner
Abstract also in French. Bibliography: p. 165-169.
|Series||Economic Council of Canada. Discussion paper, no. 129|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||ix, 169 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||169|
Canada has experienced a huge surge in its international student population in recent years. These students contribute over $15 billion to our economy each year, which supports , Canadian jobs. 1 At first glance, one might imagine that anti-foreigner sentiments in other countries have contributed to this surge, but that would be an oversimplification. contributed over half of Canada’s recent pro-ductivity growth. However, trade does create winners and losers, which has fuelled protec-tionist sentiment. Summary by Philip Cross The Importance of International Trade to the Canadian Economy: An Overview.
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The question is, ‘What is the future of the Canadian economy? Will Canada see a recession soon?’ It is difficult to answer the first part of the question.
Here, in a ’cause and effect’ relationship: an economic system is sum total of all the various developments and interactions that have occurred/are occurring/will occur within that system.Special issue in remembrance.
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