SPECIAL REPORT-Renault's spy scandal


"When countries that are behind want to catch up, there is no alternative but to go looking for others' knowledge," Harbulot says in his office, which is decorated with the school's logo of an arrow piercing a chess piece. "It's impossible to catch up if one is behind industrially without taking what we call short-cuts." The school was founded in the 1990s, just as French intelligence was increasing its focus on business. A decade earlier, Paris had recruited Russian KGB official Vladimir ...

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