(Recasts lead, adds details throughout.) By Gilbert Le Gras OTTAWA, June 23 (Reuters) - Canadian retail sales fell 0.9 percent in April from March as gasoline prices slumped and consumers in Toronto stayed out of the shops because of the SARS outbreak in the city, Statistics Canada said on Monday. Analysts had expected a 1.3 percent fall. "Retail sales would have remained essentially unchanged in April if either gasoline service stations or the province of Ontario were removed from ...
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