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Analysts: Hacking Charges Won't Lead to US-China Trade War

Cyber espionage charges by the U.S. against five Chinese military officers will complicate Washington's relationship with Beijing, but analysts do not expect it to result in a trade war or wider disruption of ties. The U.S. on Monday accused the People's Liberation Army officers of hacking into and stealing trade secrets from the computers of several large American nuclear, metal and solar companies. The move represents a bold change in tactic by the Obama administration, which...

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