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1 November 2012 By Martin Hutchinson

America’s northern neighbor didn’t have a financial crash or a big housing bubble, it hasn’t zeroed interest rates, and budget deficits are modest. Yet growth could be slower than in the U.S. and jobs are a bit scarce. Canada is too dependent to beat sluggishness elsewhere.

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