(Repeats story run on May 27 without changes) * Little risk of long-term structural deficit * 2009-10 projected deficit is 3.3 pct of GDP * Deficit may include auto bailout, more stimulus * Opposition steps up political pressure on Harper By Louise Egan OTTAWA, May 27 (Reuters) - A spike in Canada's fiscal deficit is unlikely to pose a long-term threat as it is largely caused by temporary measures that are expected to unwind naturally in coming years. Analysts said Canada's ...
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