U.S. Military Technology to be Made in...China...?
Posted by scapozzola on 10/05/2007
Here’s a good one: According to Bill Gertz at the Washington Times, a Chinese company linked to China’s military will join with Massachusetts-based 3Com under a proposed merger. 3Com currently supplies hi-tech equipment to the U.S. military. Some analysts are concerned that the move will provide the Chinese military with access to sensitive U.S. technology.
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