* Retail sales climb 0.1 percent in June from May * Sales ex-autos fall 0.5 percent; volumes up 0.9 percent * Gas price slump offsets rebound in auto sales (Adds detail) OTTAWA, Aug 24 (Reuters) - Canadian retail sales grew less than expected in June as gasoline prices slumped, partially offsetting a rebound in auto sales, according to Statistics Canada data released on Tuesday. After two months of contraction, sales climbed 0.1 percent in June from May in current dollars but they ...
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