OTTAWA, Feb 5- Canada's trade deficit unexpectedly shrank to C $585 million in December from C $1.59 billion in November as exports jumped by a healthy 3.9 percent, Statistics Canada data indicated on Friday. Exports to the United States, which accounted for 74.8 percent of Canada's global total in December, grew 2.9 percent while imports grew 1.3 percent.» Read More
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