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Q: An example of how China does business and privileged foreigner?

When this guy went to China he was given favoured treatment so his laptop could be hacked, read on.

 

 

https://www.reuters.com/article/china-cybersecurity-australia/australian...

2 years 9 weeks ago in  Shopping - China

 
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Look up National Technology Promotion Plan and Unrestricted warfare, thank you China Uncensored

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Awful thing to happen to that company. Just remember, when hackers and counterfeiters have subverted the profits from Codan's innovation, everyone will still remember the trailblazers. It feels horrible when China has stolen your blueprints and undercuts you, but they'll never steal enough designs to achieve spiritual enlightenment. The cargo cult will always look to pioneers with awe and jealousy. Codan will be OK.

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