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China Mobile pleads for court stay on Gov. order to leave country

News | 11/24/2021 7:58 pm EST
François-Philippe Champagne arrives for the fall Liberal cabinet retreat in Ottawa before Parliament resumes on Sept. 14, 2020./ Photo by Andrew Meade.

A telecommunications service provider owned by the Chinese government sought Wednesday to convince a Federal Court judge to stay a move by the Canadian Government to order it to pack up and leave the country by January. 

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