* GDP grows 0.3 percent after July decline * Wholesale, manufacturing and energy drive growth (Adds details) OTTAWA, Oct 29 (Reuters) - Canada's economy resumed growing in August after a brief downturn in July, bolstered by wholesale trade, manufacturing and oil and gas extraction, Statistics Canada said on Friday. Gross domestic product by industry climbed 0.3 percent in the month, as expected in a Reuters poll, compared with a 0.1 percent contraction in July. Growth for both ...
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