OTTAWA, Feb 22 (Reuters) - Finance Minister Jim Flaherty said on Thursday he was worried about the economic impact of a strike at Canadian National Railway . "It's a significant economic impact in many sectors of the Canadian economy, including agriculture and the automotive sector," Flaherty told reporters. He was replying to a question about whether he was concerned about the strike, which started on Feb. 10.
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