TORONTO, May 29 (Reuters) - Canadian Finance Minister Jim Flaherty said on Friday he could not say how much of his government's projected C$50 billion ($46 billion) budget deficit for this year is allotted to a bailout of the auto sector. "We'll see as the (General Motors) discussions conclude in New York," Flaherty told reporters. "I hope an agreement is reached. An agreement has not been reached yet." Flaherty this week raised his estimate of the 2009-10 deficit by C$16 billion and ...
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