Harper Says Some Caution Warranted in Deals With China

Canadian Prime Minister Stephen Harper said some caution is warranted on the part of companies seeking to do business in China.

Doing business in the country requires a presence on the ground, Harper, 53, said during an interview in Vancouver with Bloomberg Television’s Erik Schatzker. Canada wants to ensure it is promoting its economic interest in expanding trade with China, he said.

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