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Chinese researchers quit U.S., while agents target Biden team

Por: NBC News World December 04, 2020

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WASHINGTON — More than have left the United States amid a U.S. crackdown on alleged technology theft, top U.S. security officials said on Wednesday, adding that Chinese agents had already been targeting the incoming John Demers, chief of the Justice Department's National Security Division, told a discussion hosted by the Aspen Institute think tank that the researchers had left the country while the department launched multiple criminal... + full article



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