Canada Liberals eye election, promise factory aid


By Randall Palmer OTTAWA, Jan 18 (Reuters) - Canada's opposition Liberals promised on Friday to boost aid to the manufacturing sector if elected, and asserted their chances of displacing Conservative Prime Minister Stephen Harper have improved. Liberal leader Stephane Dion announced that if elected his government would set up a C$1 billion ($970 million) fund to support major investments in manufacturing and research and development. He also said he would try to go faster than Harper's ...

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