(Adds details) OTTAWA, April 30 (Reuters) - Canadian gross domestic product fell by 0.2 percent in February from January on widespread economic weakness, particularly in wholesale trade and manufacturing, Statistics Canada said on Wednesday. Market operators had been expecting a 0.2 percent increase in February over January. Statscan said a 1.4 percent month-on-month decline in wholesaling and and a 0.7 drop in manufacturing accounted for much of February's overall weak performance. It ...
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