WSJ: Cranes suspected of espionage for China

March 6, 2023



(RT) βΈ» The Pentagon sees Chinese-made cranes operating at US ports as a potential "Trojan horse" that China could use to gather intelligence on materiel being moved in and out of the country, the Wall Street Journal reported on Sunday. Former US counterintelligence official Bill Evanina expressed concerns that it could provide remote access to disrupt the flow of goods. Beijing has dismissed the new charges as "paranoia".

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