Billions of dollars directed to Afghanistan wasted | The Globe and Mail

A report emerged from which the Special Inspector General of the United States for the Reconstruction of Afghanistan said that the aid money has been used to build medical clinics without electricity or water, schools without children and buildings that literally melted in the rain. Coupled with this, the corrupt local officials who were in […]

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China could overtake the United States as the main market for B.C. | Vancouver Sun

China has more growth potential than the United States, objected economist Peter Hall. Likewise, the chief economist of Export Development Canada, Peter Hall, said: “This is really about differential growth in the markets”. In addition, he added, “China has a long and strong potential growth and the United States is a fully developed economy”. For […]

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Canada Mortgage and Housing Corp estimates that housing demand will slow in the next two years | CBC News

CMHC expects income and demand for housing support for employment but is expected to slow down and thus be reduced in the next 2 years. Similarly, the agency expects the country’s real estate market to moderate in the next two years as housing prices begin to slow down. For his part, the chief economist of […]

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Democrats on track to take House — but Senate might be out of reach | CBC News

It seems that the Democrats and Republicans may be willing to split the control of the two houses of Congress. Likewise, the Democrats are ready to make significant gains in the House of Representatives and win the majority of the 435 seats available, while the Republicans are in a good position to retain control of […]

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