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As the economic boom of 2017 continues to fuel a new wave of economic growth, economists are looking at the economic cost of the economic recovery, particularly as it relates to the rise of more profitable retail outlets, a new study says.

The economic cost, or economic growth in the long run, is the amount of money that would have been generated had the economy continued on its current trajectory.

According to the study, the economic growth of 2017 is expected to be the third largest in the world and the biggest since the early 1990s.

The study, by the Canadian Centre for Policy Alternatives, found the economic costs of the recovery in 2017 are estimated to be $3.1 trillion and that they are expected to grow by $1 trillion by 2026.

The report notes that the economic economic costs are expected for the following five years.

The next five years are estimated at $2.4 trillion and $1.5 trillion, respectively.

It is expected that economic growth will continue at a rate of 1.8 per cent per year, with an average annual growth rate of about 0.8 percentage points per year.

Economic growth is projected to continue at about a 1.5 per cent annual rate through 2026, with a projected annual growth of about 1.2 per cent annually.

The economists say that the expected economic growth is an important consideration because of the large number of jobs that have been created in the private sector since the recession ended.

The Economic Cost of the Recovery is a report prepared by the Centre for Economic Performance (CEP) at the University of British Columbia.

The CEP said that the recovery from the Great Recession is the most successful in history.

Its authors are Christopher Hickey and David Matheson.

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