The Rise of the Canadian Dollar

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The Rise of the Canadian Dollar
ABSTRACT
This document critically evaluates the rise of the Canadian Dollar in the last 4 years against the US greenback and investigates the different steps and actions that have been taken both by the Bank of Canada and the Federal government to enhance or curtail the rise. Further in this document the author also studies the impact that the rise of the Canadian Dollar has had on the Canadian Airline industry and looks at the different steps that have been taken by the industry to face the challenges posed by this rise. In the final section of the document the author evaluates the different special interests groups that have been lobbying for a drop in the Canadian Dollar in order to increase the...
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