Canada says clearly making progress with Chrysler


OTTAWA, April 29 (Reuters) - Canadian Industry Minister Tony Clement said on Wednesday that there has been clear progress in government talks with Chrysler [CBS.UL] on restructuring the teetering company to prevent it from collapse. "The situation is coming in for a landing ... and we'll have have something to say in the immediate future, he told reporters in Parliament. "Clearly we've made some progress." (Reporting by Randall Palmer, writing by John McCrank)

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