* Fifth straight month of growth * Gains led by manufacturing, construction, wholesale (Adds details) OTTAWA, March 31 (Reuters) - Canada's economy continued to grow at a fast clip in January as strong manufacturing, construction and wholesale activity led to 0.6 percent growth in the month, beating market expectations. Statistics Canada said on Wednesday January was the fifth straight month of economic recovery following a deep recession. The agency revised the December gain in gross ...
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