By Frank Pingue TORONTO, Feb 15 (Reuters) - Canadian Finance Minister Jim Flaherty said on Friday the economic health of the province of Ontario, the country's manufacturing heartland, is his biggest concern as the U.S. economy slows down. The Ontario economy relies heavily on exporting automobiles and auto parts to the United States, and Flaherty said he introduced business tax cuts, which came into effect on Jan. 1, partly to help keep Ontario companies on a even keel. "Of the ...
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