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China Mobile still seeking evidence from Gov. banning order

News | 08/03/2022 5:24 pm EDT
Minister of Innovation François-Philippe Champagne on Sept. 14, 2020 (photo by Andrew Meade).

China Mobile Communications Group Co., Ltd. is seeking to challenge a court decision allowing the federal government to keep secret certain materials it used in ordering the Chinese state-backed telecom company to vacate the country.

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