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ASML CEO says 'largest Korean customer' behind espionage, Samsung denies indirect accusation

Wednesday 17 April 2019 | 09:36 CET | News
Update: 17 April 2019 | 15:07 CET
Investigation into the espionage case, conducted by a security company, showed that while all the spies were born and raised in China, there was no evidence the Chinese state was behind data theft. Some spies now even had the US nationality. Huawei, which was mentioned initially, has denied any involvement in the matter.

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Companies: Huawei / Samsung
Countries: Netherlands / World
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