Chinese whispers fuel espionage fear

From The Observer:

Conspiracy theorists won’t like it if Huawei buys Marconi. The Chinese firm was sued for infringement of copyright by Cisco, the US technology giant, in 2003. Huawei strongly denied the allegation and the case was eventually dropped, but paranoia remains about the methods other Chinese companies may be using to catch up with their US and Europe competitors.

Western intellectual property rights have never been strongly enforced inside the world’s fastest-growing market, but a spate of recent cases has stoked fears that some of China’s biggest firms are now actively engaged in commercial abroad.

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