* September retail sales gain 1 percent from August * Auto sector strongest but gains widespread * Sales have grown in seven of nine months in 2009 (Adds details) OTTAWA, Nov 23 (Reuters) - Canadian retail sales grew twice as much as expected in September as consumers ramped up spending on cars, groceries and a wide range of other goods in a sign the economy is heating up after a deep recession. Retail sales jumped 1 percent from August, Statistics Canada said on Monday, beating ...
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