Canada open to automaker aid after deadline-report


TORONTO, Feb 28 (Reuters) - Canada's industry minister said the government is willing to negotiate an aid deal with General Motors Corp and Chrysler LLC past an end-of-March deadline, the National Post newspaper reported on its website. The article, citing an interview with Industry Minister Tony Clement on Friday, said the Canadian government has also looked at 'Plan B' scenarios in the event one of the companies goes bankrupt. It reported that Clement said there are signals the ...

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