China refutes U.S. allegations on cyber espionage, currency manipulation

18:27, November 23, 2009      

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Chinese Foreign Ministry spokesman Qin Gang on Monday rejected a report from a U.S. Congressional advisory panel on China as "full of prejudice."

The U.S.-China Economic and Security Review Commission, a bipartisan board appointed by Congress, accused China of cyber espionage and currency manipulation in its 2009 report on Thursday.

The annual report on China "disregarded facts, was full of prejudice, and was compiled with an ulterior motive," Qin said.

"We advise the so-called commission not to always look at China through tinted glasses and not to do things that interfere in China's internal affairs and undermine China-U.S. relations," Qin said.

Source: Xinhua
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