OTTAWA, March 30 (Reuters) - Canada is studying whether to extend accounts receivable insurance to cover noncreditworthy auto parts suppliers, Canadian officials said on Monday. "What we're going to do is look at the U.S. plan and see how it's covering noncreditworthy suppliers and to see whether it's appropriate to extend our plan in that direction," a senior government official said. The federal government, through the Export Development Corp, provides insurance coverage for Canadian ...
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