OTTAWA, July 22 (Reuters) - Statistics Canada issued the following data on Friday: Retail trade May 2005 For the first time in five months, consumers reduced their spending in retail stores in May. Retailers sold $30.4 billion worth of goods and services, down 1.3% from April, when sales rose 1.5%. Although five out of the eight retail sectors posted sales declines, weak auto sales were responsible for the bulk of May's setback. Excluding sales by dealers of new, used and recreational ...
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