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Why worry about real exchange rates? The missing link between Dutch disease and growth | VOX, CEPR’s Policy Portal

from CBC News

Was Tom Mulcair right about 'Dutch disease' economics?

Analysis: Tom Mulcair's 'Dutch disease' diagnosis was poor politics, but sound economics. Manufacturing jobs have declined to a new low, and won't bounce back easily (CBC News 14 April 2015)

from CBC News

Was Tom Mulcair right about 'Dutch disease' economics?

NDP Leader Tom Mulcair says the oilsands boom boosted the loonie and undermined manufacturing. 'It's by definition, Dutch disease.'

from RecipeLion.com

Family Style Chicken Salad

Family Style Chicken Salad- Serves: 30 Ingredients •6 5-lb chickens •5 bunches celery, diced •1 1/2 quarts mayonnaise •1 cup bottled french dressing • paprika to taste • salt and pepper to taste •3 medium onions, diced •6 green peppers, diced •18 eggs, hard cooked and chopped •1 pound seedless green grapes

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from Bloomberg.com

Dutch Disease Spreads in Europe as Party Allegiances Break Down

Dutch Disease Spreads in Europe as Party Allegiances Break Down.(February 2nd 2015)

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Homemade Carpet Cleaner Recipes That Really Work

Homemade Carpet Stain Remover. I have used this on dog puke, baby poop, and a mystery stain and it works well on all three. Saving my $$$ on Spot Shot and doing this from now on.

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"The problem is that the inner critic is actually an indispensable element of any writer’s working life; it is the immune system, the necessary resistance against the toxicity of bad writing. Excessive self-doubt is therefore like a sort of autoimmune disease, caused by an overactive and overpowerful inner critic: the cure becomes the condition." from "The Dutch-Elm Disease of Creative Minds" by Mark O'Connell on NYTimes.com

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Seattle, in Midst of Tech Boom, Tries to Keep Its Soul

"Seattle, in the Middle of Tech Boom, Tries to Keep Its Soul," by Nick Wingfield for the New York Times, 2015.10.8 | Dutch disease on Seattle's doorstep

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This beautiful Elm tree was cut down by the Town of Richmond in 2015 after it sadly succumbed to Dutch elm disease. The tree lived on Tilden Avenue for over a century and was affectionately named The Tilden Elm.