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Peru's Economy Rebounds by Record 42% After Slump Last Year – Bloomberg

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Peru’s economy rebounded in the second quarter, shrugging off political and financial volatility as it recovers from one of the world’s deepest slumps last year.

Gross domestic product grew 41.9% in the three months through June from the same period a year earlier, the national statistics institute said Monday. The result was higher than the 41.5% median estimate of analysts surveyed by Bloomberg.

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New report looks at Saskatchewan’s economic outlook for 2023 – Global News

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New report looks at Saskatchewan’s economic outlook for 2023  Global News

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B.C.’s economy, health care and housing to be the focus of throne speech: Eby

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VICTORIA — British Columbia’s economy will be a key focus for politicians as they return to the legislature for the spring sitting.

Premier David Eby says economists are predicating a “global slowdown and potentially recession” and his government is focused on keeping the economy strong by building trade relationships and supporting businesses.

The session starts with a speech from the throne today, which Eby says will outline the government’s key priorities of health care, housing, public safety and the economy.

However, Eby won’t be there for the start of the session.

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He’ll be travelling to Ottawa where Prime Minister Justin Trudeau is hosting a first ministers’ meeting to try to work out an agreement with the provinces and territories for increased funding for health care.

B.C. house leader Ravi Kahlon says the government has plans to introduce more than two dozen pieces of legislation during the session, which is set to conclude in May.

The government will table its budget at the end of the month.

This report by The Canadian Press was first published Feb. 6, 2023.

 

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Canadian economic activity rebounds to eight-month high in January as employment rises – The Globe and Mail

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Canadian economic activity rebounds to eight-month high in January as employment rises  The Globe and Mail

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