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September 2010
OECD Economic Surveys: Canada;Sep2010, Vol. 2010 Issue 14, p8
Country Report
The article discusses various issues concerning the Canadian economy as of September 2010. It describes the possible effect of the global recession on the financial and economic condition in Canada. The efficiency of the Canadian banking system to address and overcome the global crisis is highlighted. An explanation on why the health care system of the country needs some reforms is also given.


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