* November growth exceeds expectations at 0.4 percent * Growth points to Q4 growth of at least 3.5 pct * December producer prices pulled lower by oil, C$ By Louise Egan OTTAWA, Jan 29 (Reuters) - Canada's economic recovery picked up speed in November and stronger-than-expected growth fueled expectations of a frothy fourth quarter, although likely still below that reported in the United States on Friday. Statistics Canada said gross domestic product advanced 0.4 percent in the ...
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