China has adamantly denied any involvement in the Renault case. "We have noticed the relevant reports," Foreign Ministry spokesman Hong Lei told a regular news briefing on Jan. 11. "We think that some people saying China is behind this case is totally baseless and irresponsible. China cannot accept it." Chinese media suggest that some in the west are simply struggling to accept the rise of Beijing's international economic and political clout. "China's growth not a result of espionage," ...
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