By Louise Egan OTTAWA, June 30 (Reuters) - Canadians shouldn't be fooled by high commodity prices into thinking their economy is on the right track because, in fact, it is slipping badly in comparison with other rich countries, a report said on Monday. The Conference Board of Canada's 12th annual report comparing Canada's performance with 16 peer countries painted an unsettling picture of a nation that has become a laggard when it comes to innovation and productivity. The economy could ...
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