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In the face of falling oil prices and rising interest rates, Canada’s economy remains buoyant. But the growth cycle is nearing an end
Bank of Canada's Poloz: Boosting numbers of youth, women, Indigenous people, Canadians with disabilities, and recent immigrants "a prize worth pursuing"
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Uncertainty on the trade front may mean capital investments are put on hold
Marketing strategy must begin with the question: What is the problem that consumers are trying to solve?
When anti-trade rhetoric turns into reality, Canada’s economy will feel the pinch
Look for U.S. consumer spending to give Canadian manufacturers, and the economy, a boost
Consumers and manufacturers should use the temporary windfall of lower energy costs to pay down debt and invest in greater productivity
David Dodge: American-style regulation is inefficient and pushing financial activity out of the banking system
A Queen’s School of Business panel says growth in 2014 depends on an entrenched recovery that consumers and businesses can believe in

Smith School of Business

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Kingston, Ontario
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