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Why was CEO pay growth lower in 2009? And is the restraint likely to last as markets improve?

Stephen Griggs, executive director of the Canadian Coalition for Good Governance, and Globe and Mail reporter Janet McFarland took reader questions in a live discussion. Read through it in the live blog box below.

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