China derides U.S. "Cold War mentality" towards telecoms firm Huawei

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SpockV wrote:

China definitely should use the same logic when dealing
with American companies. It’s only fair. China needs to
balance the trade but American policies preventing China
from achieving it. China has accumulated lots of US dollars
because she can’t invest in the US easily and can’t
purchase any high tech equipment she needs due to
Americans’ cold war mentality.

Nov 10, 2012 1:29am EST  --  Report as abuse
SpockV wrote:

China definitely should use the same logic when dealing
with American companies. It’s only fair. China needs to
balance the trade but American policies preventing China
from achieving it. China has accumulated lots of US dollars
because she can’t invest in the US easily and can’t
purchase any high tech equipment she needs due to
Americans’ cold war mentality.

Nov 10, 2012 1:29am EST  --  Report as abuse
Anthonykovic wrote:

Despite its economic progress and glitz, never forget China remains a dictatorship. Its leadership, the communist party, answers to no one. They will do whatever it takes, at home or abroad, to maintain power and increase their strength. The US is merely being wise and responsible in keeping a close eye on Chinese firms and business practices – they look familiar but play by a very different set of rules from ours.

Nov 10, 2012 10:29am EST  --  Report as abuse
UauS wrote:

China’s Communist Party derides U.S. “Cold War mentality”… fascinating, isn’t it?

Nov 11, 2012 12:33am EST  --  Report as abuse
Mott wrote:

Nice try – look somewhere else.

Nov 11, 2012 1:56am EST  --  Report as abuse
FinanceAust wrote:

By allowing state sponsored cyber attacks on just about everyone, the Chinese government has placed their IT businesses at a major disadvantage.
Unlikely they will stop, because they are making far too much money pilfering intellectual property.

Nov 11, 2012 5:19am EST  --  Report as abuse
jcvoda wrote:

Pardon me if I don’t shed a tear that China is the victim of unfair trade practices. Considering how China leads the world in hacking into the computers of competitor nations and their industries, and then using the stolen intellectual property to more effectively “compete”, I can’t imagine that this tiny hiccup is an issue to them. Why don’t they just hack into the computer system of the US Congress, and then change the rules/laws regarding this issue? What’s that? Too late. They already are…

Nov 12, 2012 4:14pm EST  --  Report as abuse
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