* Canada exports up by 1.0 pct, imports down by 1.2 pct * Imports drop to 15-month low, volumes also down OTTAWA, Dec 11 (Reuters) - Canada's trade deficit shrank much more than expected for the second month in a row in October as imports fell to a 15-month low while exports increased, Statistics Canada data indicated on Tuesday. The deficit fell to C$169 million ($171 million) from a revised C$1.01 billion in September compared to ...
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