Canada may shiver from US economic chill-analysts

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By Frank Pingue TORONTO, Feb 28 (Reuters) - The recent rebound in Canadian economic data is expected to continue through much of 2007, but a recent spate of weak U.S. figures have tempered previously more rosy forecasts, economists said on Wednesday. After posting sub-par growth in 2006, economic activity in Canada was expected to pick up this year due to several factors like robust global growth and glowing domestic jobs prospects. But some recent disappointing data from the United ...

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