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Thursday, March 10, 2011
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Canada's merchandise imports and exports both advanced in January, led by higher volumes of automotive products. Imports rose 5.3% while exports increased 0.8%. As a result, Canada's trade surplus narrowed from $1.7 billion in December to $116 million in January.
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