UPDATE 1-Canadian industrial prices drop 0.3 pct in June


* Industrial product prices fall 0.3 pct in June from May * Raw materials prices off 4 percent OTTAWA, July 31 (Reuters) - Lower fuel prices offset increases for cars and other products and helped pull down the Canadian producer price index by 0.3 percent in June from May, the second consecutive decline, Statistics Canada said on Tuesday. Statscan revised the figures for the May industrial product price index to a decline of 0.1 percent from a 0.1 ...

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