Chinese fraud suspect loses bid to make evidence public to help refugee claim

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A Richmond B.C., businessman wanted by Chinese authorities for fraud has lost a bid in Federal Court to use blacked-out information he argued would help his refugee claim.

Shiyuan Shen came to Canada in 2007, claiming Chinese authorities were hunting him for political reasons. Shen runs a kitchen cabinet company, was named in an Interpol warrant in relation to a $20-million fraud scheme involving a Shanghai steel company.

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This article is summarized by Canadian Fraud News Inc.