Tibet mine probe bans BC firm from export help

China Gold 'will no longer qualify for government of Canada support in foreign markets,' government says.

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British Columbia Trade Minister Teresa Wat meets with Zhejiang Province Vice Governor Liang Liming during a March-April BC trade mission to China.
Sneh Duggal
Published: Wednesday, 04/29/2015 12:00 am EDT

A Vancouver-based mining company with ties to the Chinese government will no longer have access to Canadian government support in markets abroad after it refused to participate in a Canadian government committee’s review of complaints made against its operations.

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