OTTAWA, April 30 (Reuters) - Manufacturing output in Canada rose in February for the first time since July, boosted by a recovery in autos and limiting the fall in gross domestic product to 0.1 percent, Statistics Canada said on Thursday. It was the seventh straight monthly fall in GDP and left GDP 2.3 percent lower compared with a year earlier. But the monthly decline was significantly less than the 0.7 percent fall in January, which saw a particularly weak auto sector. Analysts surveyed ...
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