* Merchandise exports seen growing 5.8 pct in 2011 * Exports modest, but offsetting softer domestic demand By Louise Egan OTTAWA, Jan 27 (Reuters) - Canada's struggling exporters can thank the Obama administration's extended tax cuts for an expected bounce in cross-border sales this year, just in time to prop up the sagging recovery, according to a report. The second round of stimulus by Washington and increased savings will whet the U.S. consumer's appetite for spending and make ...
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