(Adds detail) OTTAWA, Jan 31 (Reuters) - Canada's economy grew a slower than expected 0.2 percent in November from October, despite an unusual surge in manufacturing production that offset a decline in the energy sector, according to figures released by Statistics Canada on Wednesday. The November GDP gain followed a stagnation of economic activity in October. The rise was below the average forecast of 0.4-percent growth by analysts in a Reuters poll. Statscan said a 14-percent surge ...
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