The theme of wearable computing is one that excites many of us at frog. Another reason is, of course, the attention that air quality in China is seeing lately. The third reason is a cultural one. Just shined a stronger light that we haven been reinvesting in our plants, said Dennis Darby, chief executive officer of the Canadian Manufacturers and Exporters trade group.The Business Council of Canada, representing some of the country top chief executives, said the budget sends an signal to entrepreneurs and companies that are looking to invest and grow, a sentiment echoed by other groups.am concerned that the government feels it possible to spend its way to prosperity, Perrin Beatty, chief executive officer of the Canadian Chamber of Commerce, said in an interview. You can balance the books in the good times, what going to happen when you get a downturn in the economy? DetailsMorneau projected a shortfall of $19.4 billion in 2017 18 and $18.1 billion in 2018 19 with no return to balance all largely in line with what was projected in the October fiscal update. The ratio of debt to the economy is scheduled to fall from 30.4 per cent in 2017 18 to 28.4 per cent in 2022 23.Canada next election isn until 2019, but this budget has plenty of political overtones.
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