* Industrial product prices fall 0.3 percent in June * Raw material prices drop by 2.2 percent (Adds details) OTTAWA, July 29 (Reuters) - Lower fuel prices helped cut prices for both Canadian industrial products and raw materials in June over May, Statistics Canada said on Friday. Industrial product prices dropped for the second month in a row, falling by 0.3 percent. Market analysts had predicted a 0.1 percent decline. The main reason for the decline was a 2.8 percent fall in prices ...
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