* Retail sales rise 0.6 percent in July from June * Sales ex-autos climb 1 percent * Gasoline stations report biggest jump, up 3.2 percent By Louise Egan OTTAWA, Sept 24 (Reuters) - Canadian retail sales rose a solid 0.6 percent in July, making up for losses in June and setting up the economy to show firm growth in the month and in the third quarter after a recent rough patch. Sales growth was pumped ...
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