January 16, 2013 - MLI's recently released study by Philip Cross, Dutch Disease, Canadian Cure: How Manufacturers Adapted to the High Dollar, makes waves across the media today. Media coverage listed below:

"How Canada's 'petro-currency' became the 'Bay St. Buck'" by Michael Babad, The Globe and Mail, January 16, 2012

"Canada's Dutch Disease diagnosis flawed, study says" by Gordon Isfeld, Financial Post, January 16, 2012 (reprinted in Postmedia newspapers)

"Dutch Disease is a myth, think tank says" by Paul Vieira, Wall Street Journal's Canada Real Time, January 16, 2013

"Dutch Disease not a major factor in Canada's manufacturing woes, report argues" by Julian Beltrame, The Canadian Press, January 16, 2013 (reprinted in the Calgary Herald, CBC NewsGlobal News, Waterloo Region Record, Metro News, Huffington Post Canada, Winnipeg Free Press, Hamilton Spectator)

"High dollar's impact fleeting for most Canadian factories, report says" by Barrie McKenna, The Globe and Mail, January 16, 2013

"Economy Today: Tapping into a weak global economy" by Eric Beauchesne, iPolitics, January 16, 2013

Business Daily update from the Hamilton Spectator, January 16, 2013

Top Business Stories from The Globe and Mail by Michael Babad, January 16, 2013

"Le mal hollandais? Connais Pas" by Rudy Le Cours, La Presse, January 17, 2013

Cross also appeared on CBC's Lang and O'Leary Exchange (interview begins at 25 minutes), CBC Radio (interview was used nationally), and CJOB Radio's Afternoon Drive in Winnipeg to discuss the study.

More updates to follow!

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