OTTAWA, Feb 26 (Reuters) - The Canadian government repeated on Tuesday it expects economic risks remain tilted to the downside, and said the stronger Canadian dollar would remain a challenge to exporters amid a weakening U.S. economy and ongoing global financial turmoil. The federal budget said that while the economic fundamentals of the Canadian economy are strong, including low inflation and low unemployment, there are still challenges that face the Canadian economy, particularly with ...
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