(Adds details) OTTAWA, May 28 (Reuters) - Increased exports to the United States helped Canada narrow its current account deficit in the first quarter of this year to C$7.82 billion ($7.45 billion) from C$10.2 billion in the previous quarter, Statistics Canada said on Friday. The country's sixth consecutive quarterly deficit was still slightly larger than the C$7.55 billion shortfall analysts had predicted in a Reuters poll. The surplus in goods trade with Canada's top export market ...
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