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BC's export surge slows

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There was mixed news -- but none of it dismal – according to Troy Media's snapshot of B.C. economy this week.

The highlights? After a strong surge in September, export volumes to international markets dropped in October, ending three consecutive monthly gains. But exports remained on a general upward trend, largely because of higher commodity shipments. Industrial goods, materials exports, energy shipments, forestry and coal were all part of those.

On the other hand, the provincial trade deficit grew too. 

You can find the details here.

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