JAKARTA, June 14 (Reuters) -
* Indonesia’s retail sales in April grew at 6.7%, compared with an annual growth rate of 10.1% in March, a central bank survey showed on Friday.
* April retail sales slowed from a month earlier, mainly due to leaner sales of auto spare parts and accessories, as well as household equipment.
* The survey predicted that retail sales would grow 9% in May on an annual basis on the back of high demand during Ramadan. (Reporting by Tabita Diela, Editing by Sherry Jacob-Phillips)