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A deal reached between a Chinese and a Canadian mining company could be a test of growing Canadian concerns about selling mining assets to Chinese companies.
Based on Human Rights Concerns, Canadian Parliament Committee Recommends Limits on Investment Funds' Exposure to China
The Special Committee on the Canada-People's Republic of China Relationship, established by the Canadian House of Commons, has issued a report on "The Exposure of Canadian Investment Funds to Human Rights Violations in the People's Republic of China."
After completing negotiations on an investment agreement a couple months ago, Taiwan and Canada signed the agreement at the end of December.
As the Canadian Parliament debates an amended version of its investment screening legislation, concerns about Chinese investment have been prominent, especially from the Conservative opposition.
Canada and Taiwan have completed their 10 month long negotiations on a foreign investment agreement, although the text has not yet been released and some "legal scrubbing" still needs to take place.
A Canadian government office established to oversee corporate behavior will be investigating several Canadian companies with alleged ties to the use of forced Uyghur labor.
The Canadian Ombudsperson for Responsible Enterprise (CORE) is taking action to investigate Nike Canada Corp. and Dynasty Gold Corp. for allegedly using forced Uyghur labor in their supply chains and operations, after the companies declined to enter into mediation over the complaints.