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(RPT) MNI: Trudeau Told Falling Prices To Hurt Homebuilding

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Housing supply has been a dominant Canadian issue and the focus of recent budget measures.

(Repeats story first published on Sept 30, adding government comment)

Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau was briefed in July that home construction will likely slow as a slump in prices reduces builder profitability, according to a document obtained by MNI, suggesting one of his key economic pledges will be even harder to reach.

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(Repeats story first published on Sept 30, adding government comment)

Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau was briefed in July that home construction will likely slow as a slump in prices reduces builder profitability, according to a document obtained by MNI, suggesting one of his key economic pledges will be even harder to reach.

Keep reading...Show less