The country will look to exports, at the mercy of factors outside its borders and beyond its reach, to drive its continued growth.
Prime Minister Stephen Harper’s Economic Action Plan comes to a close this year. Exports will have to fill in once the stimulus taps are turned off.
Carl Meyer Published: Wednesday, 01/19/2011 12:00 am EST
Over the last two years, the Conservative government has tried to characterize Canada's economic recovery as a direct accomplishment of its fiscal and monetary policy. It turns out the truth is a bit more complex.
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