* Q2 current account deficit widens to C$11.02 bln * Balance of trade in goods returns to a deficit (Adds details) OTTAWA, Aug 30 (Reuters) - A slowdown in exports to the United States caused Canada's current account deficit to widen more than expected in the second quarter to C$11.02 billion ($10.5 billion), Statistics Canada said on Monday. The country's seventh consecutive current account shortfall was larger than the the C$10.7 billion deficit analysts had predicted in a Reuters ...
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