(Adds details) OTTAWA, Jan 23 (Reuters) - Canadian retail trade grew by a greater-than-expected 1.1 percent in November, driven by a 4.9 percent gain in new car sales, Statistics Canada said on Monday. Excluding the automotive sector, retail sales rose just 0.1 percent. Analysts had forecast an overall increase of 0.4 percent and a fall of 0.2 percent excluding autos. Statscan did not revise the overall 0.6 percent rise for October but cut the ex-autos category to a fall of 0.5 percent ...
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