* Current account deficit totals C$14.6 billion, as forecast * Bigger shortfall on trade in goods as imports outpace exports * Energy exports to U.S. fall, surplus shrinks OTTAWA, Aug 29 (Reuters) - Canada's current account deficit widened in the second quarter as exports struggled to gain traction and lower oil shipments to the United States caused the bilateral trade surplus to shrink, according to Statistics Canada data on Thursday. ...
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