* Economy shrinks by 0.2 pct after 0.1 pct gain in Jan * Growth hit by temporary mine closures, maintenance woes OTTAWA, April 30 (Reuters) - Canada's economy unexpectedly shrank by 0.2 percent in February, hit by temporary closures in the mining and other goods-producing industries, Statistics Canada data indicated on Monday. Market analysts had on average predicted the economy would grow by 0.2 percent from January. Year-on-year growth was just 1.6 percent, the weakest since the 1.2 ...
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