(writes through details, growth implications, market reaction) By Jan Lopatka PRAGUE, Nov 22 (Reuters) - Weak demand in Germany and other key Czech export markets sent the EU candidate's trade deficit soaring in October, pointing to rising risks to economic growth. The Czech Statistical Bureau (CSU) said on Friday that an 11 percent slump in nominal exports put the monthly trade shortfall at 18.12 billion crowns ($594 million), much worse than the 11.4 billion expected by analysts in a ...
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