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    Canada slipping in global economy: report
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    Canada is sagging in its global stature as a wealthy, socially-conscious, healthy nation as its economy slided to 12th in 2005, the Conference Board of Canada reported Tuesday.

    “The message of this report is that we’re slipping,” Anne Golden, president of the Conference Board, said.

    The think-tank has been ranking Canada and other industrialized countries for a decade now in its annual Performance and Potential report, measuring the world’s 24 richest nations in the areas of economy, innovation, environment, education, health and society.

    According to the report, Canada remains one of the best places in the world to live, but it is falling behind in some key areas.

    In the area of economy, Canada has plunged to 12th place in 2005, from sixth in 2004 and third in 2003.

    Golden cited three main reasons behind the slip: lagging productivity; the improved performances of other countries; and the country’s failure to embrace trade.

    The report found that Canada’s productivity is stagnating, with a widening income gap between Canadians and Americans to the tune of more than 8,000 US dollars per person. American productivity grew by 3.6 in 2004, tripling the Canadian rate.

    On health care front, Canada has fallen from eighth to tenth place. The board took Canada to task for its high child poverty and infant morality rates, and the continued shortage of health care professionals.

    But Canada still scores high for its openness to foreign ideas, entrepreneurship and tax treatment of research and development, the report said.

    The report sets out 15 recommendations for action, including spending more on education and infrastructure, removing tax and trade barriers to innovation and commercialization and a greater investment in natural resources.

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    segun esa nota y otras Canada esta teniendo problemas de productividad. porque creen que la economia no es tan buena como deberia ser? que podria ayudar a mejorarla?
    Noruega e Irlanda tomaron lugar numero 1 en cuestion de economia. Pero Canada parece estar bien en cuestion de educacion.

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    comparar Canada con USA es una barbaridad, no hay relacion entre los programas sociales de aqui y la desigualdad y capitalismo de USA, no todo se mide por el salario hay que medir la globalidad.

    Con lo del huracan del new orleans salio a la luz toda la desigualdad y el racismo que todavia existe en USA.

    Yo no encuentro que hayan problemas de productividad o baja economia, la provincia de alberta y ottawa estan con surplus, osea excedente de ganancias.

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    El que dos provincias tengan un surplus no indica nada… la economia del pais como UN TODO esta bajando.

    Y si, tienes razon, comparar Canada con USA es una barabaridad. Quien en su sano juicio querria vivir al norte de USA?

    #210544

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    Quien en su sano juicio vive Al norte de usa?

    32,805,041 (July 2005 est.)

    not bad?

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    Hold it right there….!!! who the f.u.c.k. is comparing Canada with the U.S. anyway?..I mean some people can come up with stupid comments like this and not realize that after all there are more people complaining about Canada including Canucks themselfs than people here in the states so…now going back to the original thread.

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