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Recap: Paul Martin and Derek DeCloet on Canada's economic recovery

'It’s a mistake to question whether the G20 was a success or not because it didn’t come up with the ultimate solution,' former prime minister Paul Martin said Monday.

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It has been four years since the financial crisis began and a full recovery still evades us. The Globe and Mail is taking an in-depth look at the state of our economy, how far we've come and where we are heading in the next few years.

Tuesday at 3 p.m. (ET), former prime minister and finance minister Paul Martin joins Report on Business editor Derek DeCloet for a frank discussion about the state of Canada's economic recovery.

The interview will be broadcast live on this page:

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