UPDATE 1-Canada's Flaherty sees no quick capital gains moves


(Adds comments on NAFTA) TORONTO, Feb 27 (Reuters) - Canadian Finance Minister Jim Flaherty said on Wednesday he hopes to do more to cut taxes on capital gains, but acknowledged he does not anticipate new measures in the near term. "I would hope that we could do more in the future on (capital gains)," Flaherty told reporters when asked if the Conservative government's campaign promise to defer the tax was off the agenda forever. "We are in a time of economic slowness in the United ...

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