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Canada Has Room To Ramp Infrastructure Spending: BAML

Though not much seems to be going right for Canada's economy, the federal government has room to ramp up its infrastructure spending plan by a further $15 billion per year, which can offer a modest tailwind for the economy for a few years, believe analysts at Bank of America Merrill Lynch. Emanuella Enenajor, Ralph Axel and Ian Gordon point out in their Feb. 3 research report titled “The visible hand” that Ottawa has room to spend more than initially announced, helping to ease the pain of the oil shock . . .

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