The Canadian economy has seen its own high’s and low’s in recent years. In the beginning of 2013, their GDP had grown 0.7% with an annualized rate just below 3%. Domestic demand has been slowly increased per household with a final consumption expenditure of +0.8%. Business gross fixed capital has seen a half percent decline, however investment inventories have rose. The 2% increase in economy growth experienced last year is a good prediction that this year will be continuing along those trends. A selection of top Canadian company logos from large businesses among multiple industries in Canada are compiled below.
The Canadian automobile manufacturing industry has seen a rapid growth of 0.2% in their economy. This was double the original prediction expected for this industry. The rise in manufacturing proves to be a positive indicator of expected sales to come. This years GDP is predicted to hit 2.7%in 2014.
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