Patterns of Chinese Policies on Technology Transfer

in Journal of American-East Asian Relations
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Abstract

High-technology issues have dominated U.S.-China relations in the last years of the twentieth century. In sectors related to national security, allegations of compromising transactions and thefts of proprietary American commercial and military technology plagued bilateral ties in the late 1990s. The apparent transfer of sophisticated space-launch information prompted a congressional investigation of two major U.S. multinationals, Hughes Electronics and Loral Space and Communications. Then, allegations of Chinese espionage at U.S. nuclear weapons laboratories produced a bipartisan Select Committee, chaired by Representative Christopher Cox (R-Calif.), charged with scrutinizing all aspects of U.S.-China technology relations, from corporate technology transfers to academic exchanges of scientific personnel between the two countries.

Patterns of Chinese Policies on Technology Transfer

in Journal of American-East Asian Relations

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