A sign in Grand Forks, North Dakota, where Fufeng USA’s project has sparked controversy among some residents who are wary of the Chinese company. Photo: Craig Spicer
A sign in Grand Forks, North Dakota, where Fufeng USA’s project has sparked controversy among some residents who are wary of the Chinese company. Photo: Craig Spicer

North Dakotans opposed to Chinese milling plant appeal to state’s high court

  • Residents in Grand Forks seek to overturn district judge’s ruling rejecting citywide referendum on proposed US$700 million project by subsidiary of China’s Fufeng Group
  • Resistance to the project centres on its proximity to a US Air Force base, which residents fear will be vulnerable to espionage

A sign in Grand Forks, North Dakota, where Fufeng USA’s project has sparked controversy among some residents who are wary of the Chinese company. Photo: Craig Spicer
A sign in Grand Forks, North Dakota, where Fufeng USA’s project has sparked controversy among some residents who are wary of the Chinese company. Photo: Craig Spicer
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