The American economy is growing at a slow but steady pace, but there are long-term issues that still loom as potential threats to the nation’s fiscal health, three top economists said.
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This article is the fourth installment of “American Competitiveness – A National Assessment through the Eyes of Job Creators” – a ten-part report that explores how well the United States is positioned to excel in today’s tightly-contested global economy.
Some 20 years ago, Canada faced economic challenges whose impact rivaled those America faces today.
The political fights of the last decade have distracted us from what should be, in my view, the central issue of our policy debates—reviving economic growth. First quarter 2015 growth of just 0.2% comes on the heels of a lackluster 2014, when the economy grew just 2.4%.