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March 10, 2004

Adjusting to Global Economic Change

Remarks David Dodge Brazil-Canada Chamber of Commerce São Paulo, Brazil
Today, I want to focus my remarks on Canada's adjustment to changes in the global economy. I will talk about our efforts to adjust to longer-term economic forces and about the challenges that these forces present. Some of our experiences may be relevant to other economies that are making similar adjustments in the face of similar economic circumstances.
February 17, 2004

Policies for Changing Times

Remarks David Dodge Mexican Business Coordinating Council Mexico City, Mexico
We both share borders with the United States, the most important export market for each of us. Both Canada and Mexico have recently faced setbacks in cross-border trade with the United States. These stem not only from weaker U.S. domestic demand, but also from specific trade problems and from border-crossing delays associated with tighter security.
January 22, 2004

Release of the Monetary Policy Report Update

Opening statement David Dodge
Three developments have led us to modify our outlook for economic growth and inflation in Canada, since our October Monetary Policy Report. These include: stronger-than-expected world economic activity, the continued sharp depreciation of the U.S. dollar against major world currencies (including the Canadian dollar), and a somewhat larger output gap in Canada at the end of 2003.
December 8, 2003

Past Adjustments and Future Trends in the Canadian Economy

Remarks David Dodge London Chamber of Commerce London, Ontario
When giving a speech near the end of a year, it is common practice to look back over the past 12 months, consider what we have learned from the events and experiences of the year, and think a bit about what might lie ahead. I became Governor of the Bank of Canada in 2001 and, since that time, I have found myself saying at the end of each year, "Well, we won't see another year like that again."
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