China agrees to stop cyberattacks on Canadian private sector: Globe and Mail

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(Reuters) - China has signed an agreement to stop conducting state-sponsored cyberattacks against the Canadian private sector, the Globe and Mail reported on Sunday, citing an official communiqué.

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