By Randall Palmer OTTAWA, Nov 21 (Reuters) - Canadian manufacturers and exporters have loudly complained about the strong Canadian dollar, but not all businesses want the currency to retreat. The small- and medium-sized businesses that want a weaker currency only modestly outnumber those who say they benefit from a strong Canadian dollar, the Canadian Federation of Independent Business said on Wednesday. The CFIB, which represents 105,000 businesses, said 27 percent would like a lower ...
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