Charges that China stole American nuclear warhead know-how from a U.S. weapons laboratory may complicate Beijing's entry into the World Trade Organization, threatening a business plum long sought by U.S. mega-corporations like Boeing. Bipartisan congressional calls have sounded for a fresh round of probes into President Clinton's China policy, stirred by charges that White House ``appeasement'' of China, combined with weak U.S. counterintelligence, enabled the Chinese to steal ...
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