* April GDP flat vs 0.3 percent growth in March * Flat reading tops forecast of 0.1 pct decline * Auto sector drags manufacturing and wholesale trade * Mining sector strength provides some offset (Adds analyst comment, market reaction) By Louise Egan OTTAWA, June 30 (Reuters) - Canada's economy stalled in April, setting the stage for a weak second quarter, as supply disruptions caused by Japan's earthquake and tsunami triggered a slump in the key auto manufacturing sector. Gross ...
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