Canada: Just What The Doctor OrderedBy
Will Canada's stiff fiscal medicine put the economy back on its feet? Thanks to the leeway provided by the government's progress on reducing its deficit, the Bank of Canada has pruned interest rates by 2 1/2 percentage points since January and by nearly 5 points since May, 1995. The prime rate is now down to 5%, the lowest in two decades.
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