International agencies including EIU, IMF, EC, UN, and OECD show that the real GDP growth in Canada in 2015, 2016 was lower than five years before.
It is estimated that the index will recover in 2017, and according to IMF and EC Forecasts, it will stay at the level of about 2% up to 2021. However, EIU predicts the fall of GDP growth in 2019.
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