TORONTO, Feb 27 (Reuters) - Canadian Finance Minister Jim Flaherty said on Wednesday he hopes he could do more on capital gains tax but admitted he does not anticipate new tax measures in the near term. "We are in a time of economic slowness in the United States and that affects the Canadian economy. We are not an island, we are part of the global economy," Flaherty told reporters. "That's why we are taking a prudent, cautious and responsible approach now in our budgeting." (Reporting ...
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