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For your information, you can find below the description of the video Why China’s Anti-spy Crackdown Matters published by the Youtube channel Bloomberg Television:
China’s crackdown on espionage has its first big target.
“Expert networks” are a key tool for foreign investors in the country. For Xi Jinping’s Communist Party, the industry represents a threat to national security, Rebecca Choong Wilkins reports.
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