* Private investment intentions up 3.8 pct for 2011 vs 2010 * Public intentions up 1.6 pct * Mining, oil, transportation and factories lead growth (Recasts with analyst's comments, details) By Louise Egan OTTAWA, Feb 25 (Reuters) - Canadian companies expect to increase capital spending by 3.8 percent in total this year, a Statistics Canada survey showed on Friday, encouraged by surging demand for commodities, and outpacing government spending as economic stimulus measures wind down. ...
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