* Economy grows 0.2 pct in Jan vs forecast of 0.1 pct growth * Manufacturing sector was main driver of growth OTTAWA, March 28 (Reuters) - Canada's economy bounced back in January with 0.2 percent growth following the weakest two quarters since the 2008-09 recession thanks to solid manufacturing, mining and an end to a work stoppage in professional ice hockey, Statistics Canada said on Thursday. Analysts surveyed by Reuters had expected a 0.1 ...
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