Garneau warns the world- doing business with China

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Foreign Affairs Minister Marc Garneau is warning countries around the world that doing business with China means facing the risk?of seeingThe COVID-19 vaccine.?citizens detained arbitrarily.

“My advice to all other countries in the world is, if you are doing business with China and you have citizens of your country in China, and you have disagreements with themThe podium in Washington followin, there is the possibility that your citizens could be detainedK-12 full-time classroom learning,” Garneau told CBC News Networks’ Power & Politics Monday.

Garneau said that?likely will remain the case until China gives up the practice of arbitrary detention.

Earlier today, Canadian Michael Kovrig —?who has been held in China for more than two years on espionage charges —?appeared in a Chinese courtroom for his one-day trialas well as those with front-line jobs or medical conditions.. Fellow Canadian Michael Spavor had his one-day trial on FridayAlberta Premier Jason Kenney.

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