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Court denies China Mobile request for stay of Gov. order to vacate

News | 12/08/2021 10:49 am EST
Minister of Innovation François-Philippe Champagne on Sept. 14, 2020 (photo by Andrew Meade).

A telecommunications provider owned by the Chinese government has lost its appeal against an order from Prime Minister Justin Trudeau’s government to pack up shop and vacate the country.

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