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If the Wuhan coronavirus continues to spread in the US, it has the potential to disrupt the primaries and general election.  The virus could alter the candidates' plans to hold campaign rallies and conventions. State…

The Bank of Canada knows something about “unusual shocks.” In 2003, David Dodge was in his second year as governor when the central bank confronted the SARS epidemic, bovine spongiform encephalopathy (mad cow disease) in…

When it comes to saving on their taxes, the wealthiest Canadians sometimes seem to have all the answers. From incorporation to offshore tax shelters to trust funds, the opportunities to dodge the taxman appear to…

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Decades of globalization have created supply chains so deeply interconnected that a shock event like the coronavirus is now harder to control and could have a dramatic ripple effect on global commerce, economists are warning.…