B.C.'s economy proves it is not immune to the fragile state of the global economy as it suffers the flow-on effects of weakening trade, growth expectations and investment, according to Central 1's latest B.C. Economic Outlook.
Central 1 Deputy Chief Economist, Bryan Yu, said that external global trade uncertainty will cause the province's annual economic growth to slip from 2.4 per cent to 2.2 per cent in 2019, marking the slowest pace since 2015.
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