* Deficit up as exports fall faster than imports * Deicit on trade in services hits new record OTTAWA, Nov 29 (Reuters) - Canada's current account deficit in the third quarter of 2012 grew by 2.9 percent to a near-record C$18.91 billion ($19.10 billion) as exports fell at a greater pace than imports, Statistics Canada said on Thursday. The deficit was smaller than the C$19.20 billion shortfall expected by analysts. Statscan ...
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