(Adds details) OTTAWA, Nov 29 (Reuters) - Canada's current account surplus shrank in the third quarter to C$1.04 billion ($1.05 billion) as the surplus on trade in goods plummeted to its lowest since 1999, Statistics Canada said on Thursday. Falling exports of energy products, industrial materials, machinery and forestry products, combined with a rise in imports, narrowed the surplus in July-September to the smallest since the second quarter of 2003. Statscan revised second-quarter ...
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