03 June 2021
by Jon Grevatt
Canada turned down 43 attempts from local businesses in 2020 to sell military and dual-use goods and technologies to China, according to a newly published government report.
The 2020 Report on Exports of Military Goods from Canada shows that 28 of these blocked permit requests related to sales to mainland China, with the remainder related to its Hong Kong territory.
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