* Deficit up 2.9 percent from Q2 to C$18.91 billion * Canadian dollar edges lower after data released * Deficit on trade in services hits record high By David Ljunggren OTTAWA, Nov 29 (Reuters) - A drop in exports helped push Canada's current account deficit close to a record high in the third quarter, a development that some analysts said adds to evidence the Canadian dollar is overvalued. The deficit ...
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