Clearly, the global economy remains shaky. But economists watching Canada like what they've seen in recent months and are hopeful that the good news will continue. RBC Economics Research foresees a healthy gain in exports, spotlighting a shift in economic drivers over the next couple of years. Even though consumer spending may slow a bit, the business sector stands ready to pick up the baton, according to RBC. "In the final analysis, we see Canada's economy growing at an above-potential clip in 2011 and 2012."
RBC keeps tabs on Canada, the United States, the United Kingdom, and the Euro Zone, and noted earlier in the summer, "Canada, once again, is the economy that is furthest along in terms of returning to pre-recession conditions. Canada's economy has been a frontrunner in the race to expansion."
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