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The FBI is 'deeply concerned' about espionage from companies like Chinese tech giant ZTE as Trump tries to lift sanctions on them

2 monthes ago   |   By Business Insider

FBI Director Christopher Wray has warned that the agency is "deeply concerned" about companies "beholden to foreign governments."
Wray's comments about foreign firms conducting espionage and stealing data came in response to a question about Chinese smartphone maker ZTE.
President Donald Trump has said he wants to help ZTE resume business after US sanctions effectively crippled the company.
FBI Director Christopher Wray has said the agency is "deeply concerned" about companies like ZTE, days after Trump indicated a desire to lift sanctions on the Chinese smartphone maker.
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