Asia Pacific

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Meng extradition case to start formally in January 2020

The formal extradition case for Huawei Technologies Co. Ltd. CFO Meng Wanzhou is now set to begin on January 20 next year, Canadian courts announced on Thursday. The scheduling comes as Associate...

Beijing trip cancellation was political, not about justice in Huawei arrest

Canadian digital security, Chinese land ownership are part of Beijing trip cancellation emails

Canadian companies brace for China’s next move

Beijing’s retaliation against other economies gives hints about its next targets

Reconsider China investments, Tibetan official urges

President in exile says Canadian trade in some sectors is harmful to Tibetans

Ignore Huawei fallout: Stockwell Day

Keep looking to China despite diplomatic dust-up, ex-minister tells Canadian businesses

Asian state investment in Canada waning: report

Foreign direct investment no longer dominated by government-owned companies

No windfall for Canada in U.S.-China trade fight: experts

Without Meng Wanzhou case resolution, trade war fallout will hurt Canada regardless of its outcome, analysts say

Fallout deepens with each delay in Meng case, observers warn

A protracted extradition process for Huawei CFO will worsen outlook for B.C., Canadian businesses with Chinese exposure

B.C. firm makes Asian inroads with cannabis product kiosks

Yield Growth Corp. turns to unmanned digital stations to entice Chinese consumers

Report: Huawei fallout creating 'significant' postponements, cancellations in Canada-China trade

The diplomatic spat between Ottawa and Beijing over the arrest of Huawei Technologies Co. Ltd. CFO Meng Wanzhou has caused a significant number of Canadian companies to cancel or postpone their plans...