TORONTO, Feb 29 (Reuters) - Canada's government is willing to help the automotive sector adapt to growing competition and environmental concerns, but Industry Minister Jim Prentice warned on Friday that it will not offer bailouts. "The industry has always been innovative and competitive. It's going to have to continue to stay innovative and competitive," Prentice told reporters following a speech. "The government of Canada intends to create a framework in which industry can succeed. We ...
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