Mar 6, 2023 · Economic Outlook Note - Canada.

Higher borrowing costs will weigh on consumer spending while export growth moderates in the near term amid deteriorating conditions abroad.

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2% in the fourth quarter of 2020.

Softer aggregate demand will relieve pressure on capacity.

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These gains more than offset the sharp drop ( -1 1. 1 per cent.

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In 2021, the GDP of Canada was 1.

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