Yohannes Edemariam AURORA, Ontario, Jan 20 (Reuters) - Businesswoman Belinda Stronach quit her job as president and chief executive of auto-parts maker Magna International on Tuesday and jumped into the race to become the leader of Canada's Conservative Party. Stronach, 37, who is the daughter of Magna International founder and chairman Frank Stronach, conceded at a press conference that she is a political neophyte. "I am not a professional politician but I have met a payroll, I ...
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