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Canada's GDP grew 0.1 per cent in April: StatsCan

Published by Brad Fougere on June 30, 2014

For the second month in a row, Canada's GDP grew a modest 0.1 per cent in April That's up 2.1 per cent over April 2013 Statistics Canada said today. Manufacturing data showed growth of 0.2 per cent, a fourth consecutive monthly increase  and 2.8 per cent growth year-over-year. "Manufacturing strenghtening numbers, in the face of some decresases elsewhere, should be a sign to investors that the time is right to back Canada's manufacturing industries again," said Canadian Manufacturers & Exporters President and CEO Jayson Myers. "We've seen some wins recently that merit the kinds of investments that can help push the industry forward."

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