Will 'fight to the end' to sue Obama: Chinese firm
A Chinese firm today said it will "fight to the end" in its efforts to sue American President Barack Obama for blocking its wind farm project purchase deal in the US.world Updated: Nov 10, 2012 22:52 IST
A Chinese firm on Saturday said it will "fight to the end" in its efforts to sue American President Barack Obama for blocking its wind farm project purchase deal in the US.
China's Sany Group Co Ltd last month filed an amended complaint against Obama and the Committee on Foreign Investment in the US at the US district court in Washington, claiming that the president's order of preventing it from owning four wind farms in Oregon exceeded its constitutional rights and failed to provide detailed evidence.
A court hearing due on November 28 will decide whether the case will be accepted and the company will take the case to the US Supreme Court if it's not, said Liang Wengen, board chairman of Sany, state-run Xinhua news agency reported.
He was speaking at a group interview on the sidelines of the 18th National Congress of the Communist Party of China, which opened on Thursday.