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CHINA REJECTS ‘UNFOUNDED HYPE’ AFTER GE SPYING ACCUSATION

China’s government rejected accusations that it steals technology after a former General Electric Co. engineer and his Chinese business partner were indicted on charges of industrial spying. The charges announced this week come amid a tariff war between Beijing and Washington

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