* Canada returns to goods surplus with U.S. after deficits * Improved trade seen boosting Q4 GDP * Energy and autos lead export gains * Nine-month budget gap grows on tax cuts, stimulus * Ottawa to unveil deficit-reduction plan March 4 By Louise Egan OTTAWA, Feb 26 (Reuters) - Canada's current account deficit narrowed in the fourth quarter as it sold more oil and cars to the United States, but the government's budget shortfall did the opposite, swelling at year-end as it headed ...
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