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China denies Renault spy case link

Tuesday, January 11, 2011 - 01:24

Jan.11 - China denies any link to the industrial espionage scandal at French carmaker Renault, dismissing reports of its possible involvement as ''baseless''.Matt Cowan reports.

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The new twist in his story not short of sensational ingredients. China is denying any link to the industrial espionage scandal what's been gripping the French carmaker -- Days after a French government source that the country's intelligence services were investigating a possible Chinese connection. A spokesman for the Chinese Foreign Ministry addressed the matter -- -- will. We believe that the accusations that China is behind this case -- sleep baseless and irresponsible. To -- Francoise Barre on a spokesman for the French government had this to say. You put the pieces from -- if she had moved there is no official accusation by fronts in the French government towards any particular country an inquiry is under way. Granola like others are victims of an economic intelligence pool. Meanwhile executive suspended by -- now on suspicion of leaking information about a multi billion -- electric car program. Have been meeting with the company's management Michelle about this -- says he denies the accusations being made against him. The military took them -- Reno's chief operating officer has said the carmaker was the victim of an organized international network but did not make any reference to China. He said the most vital technology was safe in that production of Brando's first electric cars would not be affected. That talent Reuters.

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China denies Renault spy case link

Tuesday, January 11, 2011 - 01:24