Report: Chinese firms which sell nuke technology to Iran also trade with US

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January 4, 2010 11:03

 
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Chinese companies which reportedly sell nuclear missile technology to Iran are also trading with US companies, despite an American ban, the Wall Street Journal reported Monday. Citing shipping records from the Wisconsin Project on Nuclear Arms Control, the report mentioned state-owned China Precision Machinery Import-Export Corp., which it said had made nearly 300 illegal shipments to the US in the last three years. US firms were likely unaware that they were dealing with banned companies, the Wall Street Journal assessed.

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