(Adds detail) OTTAWA, July 31 (Reuters) - Canada's economy grew slightly less than expected in May, but at a still-strong 0.3 percent pace from the previous month, as retail and wholesale trade surged, Statistics Canada said on Tuesday. Analysts had forecast, on average, gross domestic product growth of 0.4 percent after retail sales jumped 2.8 percent in the month, the biggest monthly gain in nearly a decade. The economy has expanded by 0.3 percent to 0.4 percent in five of the seven ...
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