Bank Of Canada

Canadian branch plant of the IMF, World Bank, and U.S. Trade and Commerce department. Once a politically non-partisan agency charged with the mandate of balancing the need for employment and industrial growth with the banking and bond market sector desires for inflationary stability, it is now solely concerned with protecting (mostly offshore) investors against inflation and carrying out monetary policies of the U.S. Federal Reserve Board while making life miserable for everyone else.

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