(Add U.S. response, Canadian explanation.) By Gilbert Le Gras OTTAWA, Jan 31 (Reuters) - Canada slashed its November trade surplus on Monday after a computer error distorted import data, shaking confidence in Canadian statistics and likely forcing an upward revision in U.S. growth figures. The change, announced by a red-faced Statistics Canada, lowered a near record November trade surplus that had raised eyebrows at the time by nearly C$2 billion ($1.6 billion). The revised surplus ...
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