October 26, 2012

The U.S.-China Cyber Trade War

Adam Segal, Foreign Policy

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On Oct. 8, the House Select Intelligence Committee released a report on the cybersecurity threat posed by China's Huawei and ZTE, the world's second- and fourth-largest telecommunications suppliers. The report, which described the companies as potential espionage risks and asked the U.S. government and U.S. firms to refrain from doing business with them, drew an angry response from Chinese media.

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TAGGED: telecommunications, United States, China, trade war, Cybersecurity

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