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b. Measurement methods used in the US
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d. A large investment boom in the late 1990s
e. Use of IT equipment and the internet by businesses
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productivity growth surge: „Cohort specific’ spending patterns
„Ethnic specific‟ spending patterns
„Age specific‟ spending patterns
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The birth rate will fall
The death rate will rise
Older workers will begin to retire in greater numbers
Immigrants will find Canada an increasingly unattractive country in which
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