Export Violation NPR's Steve Inskeep reports that a U.S. company and China are accused of violating U.S. export rules. U.S. aircraft maker McDonnell-Douglas reportedly sold machine tools to a Chinese company. The equipment turned up in a Chinese factory that builds military attack planes and cruise missiles. American companies are only allowed to sell technology to China for commercial purposes. Both companies face criminal charges.
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Export Violation

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Export Violation

Export Violation

Export Violation

Only Available in Archive Formats.

NPR's Steve Inskeep reports that a U.S. company and China are accused of violating U.S. export rules. U.S. aircraft maker McDonnell-Douglas reportedly sold machine tools to a Chinese company. The equipment turned up in a Chinese factory that builds military attack planes and cruise missiles. American companies are only allowed to sell technology to China for commercial purposes. Both companies face criminal charges.