* Industrial product prices climb 0.5 percent in August * Raw material prices fall 3.2 percent on crude * Consumer confidence edges up in September (Adds details) OTTAWA, Sept 29 (Reuters) - A weakening of the Canadian dollar helped pushed up the Canadian producer price index in August by 0.5 percent, Statistics Canada said on Thursday. Prices for motor vehicles and other transportation equipment jumped 1.7 percent in the month as the currency fell from the 3-1/2 year highs recorded in ...
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