(Corrects headline to Q2 from Q1) Aug 30 (Reuters) - Canada's current account deficit widened to C$15.33 billion ($15.64 billion) in the second quarter from a revised C$10.07 billion deficit in the first quarter as the trade balance returned to deficit following two quarters in surplus, Statistics Canada said on Tuesday. Seasonally adjusted figures in billions of Canadian dollars: Q2 2011 Q1(Rev) Q1(Prev) Q4 2010 Current Account -15.325 -10.070 -8.916 -10.282 Goods -3.501 +1.800 ...
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