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During the late 1950s, Canadian authorities became concerned about a deterioration in Canada’s international competitiveness, aggravated by its strong dollar, which continued to be supported by substantial capital inflows. After the investment boom of the mid-1950s, economic activity had slowed significantly, and the unemployment rate more than doubled from 3.4 per cent in 1956 to 7.2 per cent in 1961. In this environment, the government sought to ease policy in order to support demand and reduce the economic slack in the economy.
1962-70 | Views: 934 | Added by: gogoshvab | Date: 2010-02-20