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Finance - network .. 1 of 3 1/26/2004 8:46 PM Select a city Monday » January 26 » 2004 > Finance > News > Story Finance: Mutual Funds Stock Centre News Money Library Spotlight Key Numbers Market Movers Rates Entrepreneur Calculators Looking for contests. .free stuff. .great links? Sign up for Communique! Portfolio My News Login/Register Enter Symbol(s) : Quote Add "-US" to US symbols. (eg: TD-US) Symbol Search | Funds The RRSP deadline is approaching! March 1 is the deadline for RRSP contributions! FULL COVERAGE News from Canada NewsWire Institute calls for greater investments to close Canada's prosperity gap DAVOS, Switzerland, Jan. 22 /CNW/ - Canada has 15 percent prosperity gap against the United States because Canadians invest to achieve a 15 percent shortfall. To close the gap, Canadian individuals, businesses, and governments must become partners in investing for tomorrow's prosperity. Canada NewsWire - Thursday January 22, 2004 This is the key conclusion in the special report, Partnering for investment in Canada's prosperity, presented by the Ontario Institute for Competitiveness & Prosperity at the 2004 Annual Meeting of the World Economic Forum in Davos, Switzerland. The Institute concludes that Canadians have created one of the most successful economies in the world, second highest among countries with half of Canada's population or greater. However, our GDP per capita trails the United States by $6,300 (Canadian) - the 15 percent prosperity gap. Roger Martin, Dean of the Joseph L. Rotman School of Management at the University of Toronto, observed that: "It's great for Canada to do so
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This note was uploaded on 06/11/2011 for the course ECON 102 taught by Professor Lemche during the Winter '08 term at The University of British Columbia.

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