(Deletes reference in paragraph 5 to new motor vehicle sales for May) OTTAWA, June 20 (Reuters) - Having dug themselves out from heavy March snow, Canadians returned to stores in April and pushed retail sales up by 0.6 percent, Statistics Canada said on Friday. This will give a good start to the second quarter's gross domestic product, which economists and politicians are nervously eyeing in light of the first quarter's slight decline. It was the fifth increase in retail sales in seven ...
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