Preparing for growing economic headwinds from a global slowdown
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Canada’s real GDP growth year-over-year has been declining overall since June 2017 in response to external factors that include a global slowdown in manufacturing, the dispersion of energy and commodity production, and uncertainty due to an increasingly fractious global economy and political environment. Learn more on RSM Canada’s current analysis here .
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