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Chinese Professor Convicted Of Stealing Trade Secrets For China

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Chinese Professor Convicted Of Stealing Trade Secrets For ChinaBy John Xie

A U.S. judge found a Chinese professor guilty of economic espionage, stealing trade secrets and conspiracy following a four-day trial that ended Friday.

Hao Zhang, 41, a professor at China’s Tianjin University, was arrested in May 2015 after he landed at Los Angeles International Airport on his way to a...
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