(In U.S. dollars unless noted) TORONTO, Feb 27 (Reuters) - Canadian auto-parts exports to the United States hit a record high last year as U.S. buyers had to pay more for the parts because of the stronger Canadian dollar, a report released on Friday said. Shipments to the United States rose by 6 percent in U.S. dollar terms to $18.7 billion (C$25 billion) last year, topping the previous high of $18.3 billion, set in 2000, according to Bank of Nova Scotia's Canadian Auto Report. The ...
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