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Khoja Consultants facing corporate espionage

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Khoja Consultants founder is making world history in business and is facing corporate and economic espionage along with sabotage and crimes against humanity.

TORONTO - eTradeWire -- Khoja Consultants founder is making world history in business and has been compared to minds such as Einstein and Da Vinci is being corporate espionaged and sabotaged while being offered billions in funding for multiple businesses going forward. Khoja Consultants is facing hacking from EMF electronic warfare along with problems from EMF weapons being used to continue the theft and crimes against humanity. Khoja Consultants is located in Toronto, Ontario and is misrepresented in multiple countries around the world to intercept billion and million dollar funding. Defamation, fraud, sabotage and heavy financial targeting is done while the economic spies (intelligence agents) are continuing operations on the company as a high profile targeted company and individual world history maker. Khoja Consultants sells patents to companies looking for innovation in their industry to gain a competitive edge over the competition along with introduces buyers and sellers around the world. Currently Khoja Consultants niche is in precious metals such as gold and diamonds. Authorized mandates and owners of mines are welcome to contact Khoja Consultants which has gotten international publicity while facing corporate and economic espionage on multiple businesses going forward. For more information on Khoja Consultants please visit the website http://www.KhojaConsultants.com. Economic and Corporate spying proof is on http://www.KhojaConsultants.com/economic-spying on the economic spying page.

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Khoja Consultants - Suleman Khoja
2967 Dundas st west #579
Toronto, Ontario M6P1Z2

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