* Industry sales seen growing to $2.5 bln in 2011 * Canada fails to renew five-year funding program * Government spending surges in U.S., Japan (In U.S. dollars unless noted) By Susan Taylor OTTAWA, May 29 (Reuters) - Just as substantial sales growth seems on the horizon for their long-suffering industry, Canada's hydrogen and fuel cell developers fear missing the wave because of lack of government support. Companies say government policies and incentives are inadequate to cement ...
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