(Recasts throughout) OTTAWA, Nov 29 (Reuters) - Canada has borne the brunt of global current account imbalances in recent years and plans to make this a key issue at the Group of Seven nations' meeting in London later this week, a senior Canadian official said on Tuesday. Canada's dollar has risen about 30 percent since 2002 in trade-weighted terms relative to the currencies of the other G7members, and compares with the euro's 12 percent rise, the yen's depreciation and virtually no ...
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