Business outlook in Canada, 1966: a discussion by the Conference Board's Canadian Economic Forum, held in Montreal, Oct. 15, 1965
National Industrial Conference Board, 1965 - Business & Economics - 57 pages
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Government Expenditures and Fiscal Policy Takacsy
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$1 billion ahead automobile balance of payments Bank of Canada borrowers Byleveld Canada Pension Plan Canada's exports Canadian bonds Canadian securities capital investment capital spending cent increase Chairman CHARTBOOK Conference Board considerably consumer credit consumer spending continue corporate profits costs credit conditions current account deficit debt demand discussion disposable income effect employment estimated exchange reserves expansion expansionary expected fact factor federal financing fiscal policy forecast Forrest Rogers funds gain going government spending gross national product half higher prices important industry inflow interest rates labor look major appliances million bushels monetary policy money supply Montreal mortgage non-durables overheating Pattison payments deficit Pension Plan percentage period Popkin pressures problem projects prospect purchases rate of growth relatively restraint rising second quarter significant situation slower growth Sommers spending on durable strong suggest surplus Sutton Takacsy tax cut trend United volume Walter Smith wheat