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Chinese Ambassador to Canada Lu Shaye in Ottawa on March 21, 2017. (Blair Gable/the globe and mail)
Chinese Ambassador to Canada Lu Shaye in Ottawa on March 21, 2017. (Blair Gable/the globe and mail)

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China’s new envoy says Beijing is seeking unfettered access for Chinese state-owned firms to all key sectors of the Canadian economy during free-trade talks now under way with Ottawa – including an end to restrictions barring these enterprises from investing in the oil sands.

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