ANALYSIS-Canada deficit spike not seen as long-term threat


* Little risk of long-term structural deficit * 2009-10 projected deficit is 3.3 pct of GDP * Deficit may include auto bailout, more stimulus * Opposition steps up political pressure on Harper By Louise Egan OTTAWA, May 27 (Reuters) - A spike in Canada's fiscal deficit is unlikely to pose a long-term threat as it is largely caused by temporary measures that are expected to unwind naturally in coming years. Analysts said Canada's finances still rank as some of the soundest among ...

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