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Wray: China continues to 'lie, cheat, and steal' in bid for tech dominance<\/b>FBI director Christopher Wray said Monday that newly disclosed charges against Chinese intelligence officers are the latest example of China's efforts to gain an unfair economic advantage over U.S. companies, particularly in the technology sphere.Two Chinese intelligence officers are accused of attempting to "obstruct, influence, and impede a criminal prosecution" of a China-based global telecommunications company, U.S. attorney general Merrick Garland said during a news conference Monday. The company was not identified. The complaint against the two intelligence officers was unsealed Monday in the U.S. District Court, Eastern District of New York, Garland said.Source: Protocol #Oct24<\/a>#FBI<\/a> #China<\/a> #US<\/a> #Technology<\/a>https:\/\/t.co\/uKDDhtaJYp<\/a><\/div>\n\n