The United States government has taken the extraordinary step of indicting five Chinese citizens who are officers in Unit 61398 of the Third Department of the Chinese People’s Liberation Army with hacking.
Chinese Internet sourcing behemoth Alibaba.com has bowed to complaints from a United States senator that the website was helping to promote counterfeit goods.
UTStarcom has entered into an agreement with United States government agencies, agreeing to pay a combined USD3 million in penalties and fines for bribes in China.
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