OTTAWA, Nov 27 (Reuters) - Discussions over how to help the ailing automobile industry are still under way, even if no aid was included in the government's fiscal update on Thursday, Finance Minister Jim Flaherty said. The Conservative government had already said Ottawa will not hand over any cash to the struggling industry until car makers have presented a business plan, but Flaherty said "different options are being looked at." "There are more discussions with the Americans on the auto ...
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