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Is this the reason for the trade war with China?

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To protect US intellectual property? Amid soaring U.S. concern about China’s infiltration in Western scientific research, Emory University has found that two of its researchers did not disclose money they were taking from Chinese sources, ... The two are no longer working at Emory.The move comes one month after The Houston Chronicle reported that the M.D. Anderson Cancer Center forced out three senior researchers in connection with concerns about Chinese attempts to steal research.   HT:  EdUPDATE:  WSJ EXPOSE:  Huawei "Spent All Their Resources Stealing", Stunning New Exposé Shows Huawei had built spy-proof secure rooms that were off-limits to American employees, according to current and former U.S. officials. Counterintelligence officials believed the discovery indicated Huawei was

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To protect US intellectual property?
Amid soaring U.S. concern about China’s infiltration in Western scientific research, Emory University has found that two of its researchers did not disclose money they were taking from Chinese sources, ... The two are no longer working at Emory.

The move comes one month after The Houston Chronicle reported that the M.D. Anderson Cancer Center forced out three senior researchers in connection with concerns about Chinese attempts to steal research.  


HT:  Ed

UPDATE:  WSJ EXPOSE:  Huawei "Spent All Their Resources Stealing", Stunning New Exposé Shows

Huawei had built spy-proof secure rooms that were off-limits to American employees, according to current and former U.S. officials.
Counterintelligence officials believed the discovery indicated Huawei was handling information more like a state intelligence service, with regimented tiers of secrecy, while relying on a protected communications channel with Beijing.

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