MONTREAL, Sept 27 (Reuters) - Canada is seeing encouraging signs of private-sector domestic growth, in particular in investment in machinery and equipment, Finance Minister Jim Flaherty said on Monday. Flaherty spoke after presenting a scheduled update on Ottawa's two-year C$48 billion ($46.6 billion) stimulus program, which Ottawa says will end next March as scheduled. "We're seeing encouraging signs of domestic growth on the private side returning. That's vitally important ... we've ...
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