(Updates with details on exports and imports, decline in commodities exports and auto sales to Brazil) BUENOS AIRES, Feb 25 (Reuters) - Argentina's January trade surplus shrank 27 percent from a year ago to $971 million, with both exports and imports suffering the impact of a global economic downturn, the government said on Wednesday. The market expected a surplus of $764 million, according to the median in a Reuters poll of seven analysts, whose forecasts had ranged from $510 million to ...
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