OTTAWA, Nov 25 (Reuters) - The Canadian government will not hand over public money to troubled automakers until they present a solid business plan, Industry Minister Tony Clement said on Tuesday. "On this side of the House, we want real, accountable, solid business plans before we spend taxpayers' money," Clement told the House of Commons when asked when the Conservative government would aid the struggling auto sector. (Reporting by Louise Egan; editing by Rob Wilson)
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