* Third-quarter GDP grows 1.0 percent at annual rate * September GDP shrinks 0.1 percent * Quarterly and monthly data weaker than expected (Adds details) OTTAWA, Nov 30 (Reuters) - Canada's economy disappointed in the third quarter with the weakest growth rate in a year, while the economy shrank outright in September, adding pressure on policy makers to safeguard the patchy recovery. Gross domestic product growth slowed to a 1.0 percent annual rate in the July-September period ...
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