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Articles from OECD Economic Surveys - Canada (September 1, 2001)

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Although there are downside risks to the outlook. Brief Article 169
Annex I: Developments in government spending. Statistical Data Included 2086
Annex II: Legislated fiscal rules for the provinces and territories. 828
Annex III: Treasury board's review criteria in reporting accountability for results. Brief Article 102
Annex IV: Best practices on fiscal transparency. Brief Article 245
Annex V: The government of Canada's self-assessment of the fiscal management system in relation to the IMF's code of good practices on fiscal transparency. 921
Annex VI: Financial and performance reports of the federal government. Brief Article 501
Annex VII: Examples of collaborative and delegated arrangements. Brief Article 273
Annex VIII: Calendar of main economic events. Statistical Data Included 1605
BASIC STATISTICS: INTERNATIONAL COMPARISONS. Statistical Data Included 7497
Better co-ordination between levels of government would be desirable. Brief Article 146
Controlling social spending remains a challenge. Brief Article 238
Despite liberalisation efforts, frictions remain in the trade-policy area. Brief Article 153
Economic activity has slowed markedly. Brief Article 211
Following strong performance in the late 1990s. Brief Article 191
I. Macroeconomic performance. Statistical Data Included 9102
II. Macroeconomic policies. 8978
III.Improving public-spending outcomes. 18844
In sum, the economy is better prepared to handle the slowdown, but challenges remain. Brief Article 337
IV. Structural issues and policies. 22951
Monetary easing looks likely to have been sufficient and may well need to begin to be reversed next year. Brief Article 255
Over the medium term, the focus should be on debt reduction and creating room for further tax cuts. Brief Article 360
Parts of agriculture, especially the dairy sector, are still a major exception to the free-trade rule. Brief Article 245
Public-sector management could be improved. Brief Article 167
Recent changes to labour-market policy are a matter of concern. Brief Article 240
Spending initiatives need to be framed in a longer-term perspective. Brief Article 228
Statistical annex and structural indicators. Statistical Data Included 6310
Structural reforms may have begun to yield private-sector productivity gains. Brief Article 161
The downturn is expected to be short-lived. Brief Article 166
The effectiveness of new governance arrangements remains unclear. Brief Article 254
The inflation-targeting framework has been renewed, with few major changes. Brief Article 243
There have been some advances in making growth more environmentally sustainable, but plenty of room remains for further progress. Brief Article 250
This requires continued tight control and greater efficiency of public spending. Brief Article 103
While the automatic stabilisers should be allowed to work, additional fiscal stimulus would not be advisable. Brief Article 226

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