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China demands explanation over Huawei infiltration

Wednesday 26 March 2014 | 00:55 CET | News
China is seeking an explanation from the US on the reports that its National Security Agency (NSA) infiltrated servers of local telecommunications equipment maker Huawei Technologies. On the sidelines of a nuclear summit in the Netherlands, US President Barack Obama told China's President Xi Jinping that the US does not engage in spying for commercial advantage, Reuters reports. White House deputy national security adviser Ben Rhodes said: "We don't share information with our companies." Meanwhile, a spokesman for the Chinese foreign ministry, Hong Lei, said the government was extremely

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Companies: Huawei China
Countries: China / United States
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