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Venezuelan Opposition Says China Is Helping Cut Off Internet Access

China has been working with Venezuelan dictator Nicolas Maduro to cut off internet access around the country, officials say. Ambassador Carlos Vecchio said Chinese technicians have been “providing technical support to the regime” in an attempt to reduce social media and internet access to Venezuelans, the Washington Examiner reported. “Listen well: Juan Guaido has become the most important, the most ...

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Texas Man Convicted on Industrial Espionage Charges

A Texas man was convicted today by a federal jury in Washington D.C. of conspiracy to commit theft of trade secrets. Following a nine-day trial, Shan Shi, 54, of Houston, Texas, was convicted of one count of conspiracy to commit theft of trade secrets.  Shi was originally indicted in June 2017 for conspiracy to commit theft of trade secrets, and ...

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Trump Denies Apple’s Request To Be Exempted From Tariffs On Chinese-Made Goods

President Donald Trump said Friday on Twitter that Apple will “not be given Tariff wavers” for product parts made in China. “Apple will not be given Tariff wavers, or relief, for Mac Pro parts that are made in China. Make them in the USA, no Tariffs!” the president wrote. Apple will not be given Tariff waiver, or relief, for Mac ...

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Twin Threats of China, Iran Differ, Policy Official Says > U.S. DEPARTMENT OF DEFENSE > Story

The threat of Iran to U.S. and regional allies is from miscalculation, while the threat of China is largely in violating world economic and democratic norms, said Undersecretary of Defense for Policy John C. Rood at the Aspen Security Forum in Aspen, Colorado. Iran’s recent provocative activities are worrying and troubling, like shooting down a U.S. drone and seizure of ...

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Trump Effect: More Than 50 Companies — Including Apple — Rush To Pull Production Out Of China

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More than 50 global companies including Apple, Nintendo and Dell are rushing to pull production out of China amid the country’s trade war with the United States. U.S., Japanese, Taiwanese and even Chinese manufacturers are moving out of the country in fear of a prolonged trade conflict, including those who make personal computers, smartphones and other electronics, Nikkei Asian Review ...

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Facebook’s Former Security Chief Says It’s ‘Reasonable’ To Assume China Is Infiltrating Google

Facebook’s former security chief Alex Stamos suggested Tuesday that it is very possible that China and Russia have subverted Google’s employees. “It is completely reasonable to assume that MSS and SVR have subverted employees at all the major tech companies,” Stamos said in a Twitter thread Tuesday, noting tech billionaire Peter Thiel’s accusations that China’s Ministry of Security “likely” infiltrated ...

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Trump Touts Effect Of US Tariffs On China

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President Donald Trump touted the effects of his tariffs on China Monday morning as the country’s economic growth dropped to its lowest point in 26 years. “China’s [second] Quarter growth is the slowest it has been in more than 27 years. The United States Tariffs are having a major effect on companies wanting to leave China for non-tariffed countries. Thousands ...

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Peter Thiel Blasts ‘Treasonous’ Google For Choosing China Over US Military

Tech billionaire Peter Thiel said Sunday that the FBI and CIA should investigate Google for allegedly cooperating with the Chinese military over U.S. interests. Thiel, one of the most high-profile Trump supporters in the tech industry, criticized Google’s work with the Chinese during a speech to the inaugural National Conservatism Conference Sunday evening in Washington, D.C., Axios reported. “How many ...

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China’s Factories Are Getting ‘Desperate’ Amid Trade Tensions With The US

The largest supplier of consumer goods in the world said Wednesday that China’s factories are becoming “desperate” as they struggle with the consequences of U.S. tariffs. Li & Fung Ltd, which designs and transports products for stores like Walmart, Kohl’s and Nike, is trying to move out of China as quickly as possible at the request of its American retailers, ...

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Leaked Huawei Resumes Reveal Extensive Ties To Chinese Intel Agencies

New study reveals troubling links between Huawei engineers and China’s massive military agency responsible for conducting cyber espionage. Researchers issue dire warning after analysis of hundreds of leaked resumes reveals surprising amount of collaboration between Huawei engineers and China’s military. President Donald Trump’s decision to ease up on Huawei restrictions will be scrutinized after new study reveals ties between the ...

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China is Losing the Trade War with Trump

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China’s state-owned media might talk tough, but major tech companies are fleeing the country due to Beijing’s unfair trade practices, national security concerns, continued economic warfare with the United States and rising labor costs. (Related: Proof Trump is Winning the Trade War with China) The Nikkei Asian Review reported Wednesday that HP, Dell and Microsoft are joining Amazon, Google, Apple ...

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China Calls Hong Kong Protestors ‘Extremists’ Who Committed ‘Serious Illegal Acts’

The Chinese government issued warning statements to Hong Kong protesters Tuesday. The country condemned protestors who vandalized the city’s main legislative building Monday in retaliation of Hong Kong’s extradition bill. China also issued a warning to foreign countries to stop “interfering” in the matter. Beijing issued a warning Tuesday to Hong Kong after protesters stormed past police and into the ...

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China, America And Europe See Market Growth After Trump Reaches Trade Deal With Xi, Huawei

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Chinese tech giant Huawei and its American suppliers saw their shares rise significantly on Monday following trade talks between Chinese President Xi Jinping and U.S. President Donald Trump. Shares for Foxconn, a manufacturing company that makes smartphones for disgraced technology company Huawei, jumped 1.6% Monday in Taiwan. Foxconn Industrial Internet, a subsidiary that partners with Huawei, rose to the maximum ...

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Trump: US-China Trade Talks Are ‘Back On Track’ After G20 Meeting

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The U.S. and China fulfilled expectations that the countries would agree to resume trade talks after President Donald Trump met with Chinese leader Xi Jinping at the G20 summit in Osaka, Japan, Tuesday. “We discussed a lot of things, and we’re right back on track,” Trump told reporters according to The New York Times. Trump said the U.S. would not ...

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