(Add details) OTTAWA, Oct 26 (Reuters) - Canadian manufacturers' optimism about output and demand for their goods dimmed in the fourth quarter as they reported more production difficulties due to the rapid rise of the Canadian dollar and skilled labor shortages, a survey by Statistics Canada showed on Friday. Markets are watching the survey to see how seriously Canadian manufacturers, many of them exporters, are feeling the fallout from the U.S. economic downturn and the expected ...
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