June 5, 2020 | Congressional Research Service | source |
“Some experts are concerned that vulnerabilities in Chinese equipment could be used to conduct cyberattacks or military/industrial espionage. These experts claim vulnerabilities were introduced through the poor business practices of many Chinese companies. However, they note that vulnerabilities could also be intentionally introduced for malicious purposes.”
“We in Israel are eager to share with China our science and technology that can better the lives of all mankind, and the people of China,” he said.
Addressing dozens of Israeli and Chinese government officials, industry leaders, university presidents and private businesspeople, Netanyahu called on Beijing to accelerate the pace of negotiations over an Israel-China free trade agreement, which started exactly one year ago.” LINK
2017: “In Beijing, Netanyahu looks to ‘marry Israel’s technology with China’s capacity’” & 2020: “Israel High Technology and Espionage – Briefing Document”
“With American security concerns on Russian election interference and high technology acquisitions in general, it is inconceivable that the western intelligence services appear to have failed to grasp and address the Israeli state as a “backdoor conduit” for American high technology illegal transfers to Russia and also China.”