Canada's GDP outlook brightened by year-end bounce


By Louise Egan OTTAWA, Feb 27 (Reuters) - Canada's economy grew at subpar speed in the fourth quarter and would have barely managed any gains at all had it not been for an unexpected bounce in December, economists said on Tuesday. The U.S. housing market correction and a strong Canadian dollar, which hurts manufacturers, continued to take their toll on business output in the last quarter of 2006. That will lead to fourth-quarter annualized growth of 1.3 percent, according to the average ...

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