* April GDP flat vs 0.3 percent growth in March * Auto sector drags manufacturing and wholesale trade (Adds details) OTTAWA, June 30 (Reuters) - Mining sector strength buoyed the Canadian economy in April, offsetting a slump in auto manufacturing caused by supply disruptions stemming from the Japanese tsunami. Gross domestic product was unchanged in April following 0.3 percent growth in March, Statistics Canada said on Thursday. Analysts surveyed by Reuters had, on average, forecast a ...
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