Highlights of those surveyed, 34% identify a positive impact, 33% no impact, 20% slight harm, 7% major or moderate harm.
Finance minister will be looking for ideas on job creation and feedback on the Conservative’s current fiscal plan.
NABE survey results show less optimism about hiring, only 16% of firms raising wages.
The big contributor was motor vehicle and parts dealers, which saw sales pick up 4.3%.
Survey suggests economists confident US GDP growth will reach up to 4% in 2013.
Impact would be gradual, and taxes would be repealed if agreement came shortly after Jan.1.
Not all agree it has been a success story.
The US economy is improving faster than economists had expected. They now foresee slightly stronger growth and hiring than they did two months earlier.
It’s always fine for economists to say the recession is over and the economy has started to grow again. The latest word from economists is that Canadian GDP growth in the last three months of 2009 was strong and there…