Dissecting THE DECADE

Brent, Paul
April 2010
CA Magazine;Apr2010, Vol. 143 Issue 3, p18
Trade Publication
The article focuses on Canada's economic position in the next 10 years. Linda Hasenfratz, chief executive officer (CEO) of Linamar Corp. states that the next decade could be a time of good opportunity given that automotive sector has passed a genuine crisis. Standard Life Insurance CEO Joseph Iannicelli also affirms that Canada's practices in fiscal management and banking regulation has drawn praise from the developed world and it has modestly emerged from the financial crisis and recession.


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