* Retail sales +0.3 percent vs forecast of +0.5 percent * In volume terms, sales rose 0.2 percent (Adds details) OTTAWA, June 21 (Reuters) - Canadian retail sales grew by a weaker-than-expected 0.3 percent in April and were flat, excluding the auto sector, a report showed on Tuesday in further evidence of a second-quarter slowdown. Statistics Canada said sales rose 0.2 percent in volume terms in the month. It revised the March figures to show a 0.1 percent decline in retail sales, ...
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