US Intelligence Warns of China’s Exploitation Efforts

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The National Counterintelligence and Security Center, a US intelligence advisory, says China’s government is seeking to exploit years of business and cultural relations to further its geopolitical and military objectives. Meanwhile, China denounced US efforts to stop ASML Holding NV of the Netherlands and Nikon Corp. of Japan from selling key chipmaking technology to the country as “technological terrorism.” Jodi Schneider reports on Bloomberg Television.

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