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China Mobile fights back in court against Gov. order to shut down

News | 09/09/2021 6:23 pm EDT
François-Philippe Champagne arrives for the fall Liberal cabinet retreat in Ottawa before Parliament resumes on Sept. 14, 2020./ Photo by Andrew Meade.

China Mobile Communications Group Co., Ltd. is going to court to fight an August order in council from the federal government that directed the company to shut down its Markham, Ontario-based Canadian operation within 90 days of the order. 

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