China Responds To “Ridiculous” Hacking Charges, Warns “Will Harm Relations With US”, Demands US “Rectify Mistake”

While we wait (in vain) for the US to lob sanctions at China for doing what Russia has done and amass a military presence on its border with Vietnam, here is what China had to say about the earlier announcement by the DOJ charging China with espionage and “penetrating” US companies (if having nothing to add regarding the NSA). From the wires:

  • CHINA FOREIGN MINISTRY SAYS CHARGES HARM RELATIONS WITH U.S.
  • CHINA FOREIGN MINISTRY SAYS CHINA HAS ALREADY PROTESTED TO U.S., URGES U.S. TO IMMEDIATELY RECTIFY MISTAKE
  • CHINA FOREIGN MINISTRY ‘STRONGLY REFUTES’ U.S. CHARGES
  • CHINA FOREIGN MINISTRY SAYS U.S. MADE UP FACTS IN SPYING CASE
  • CHINA FOREIGN MINISTRY URGES U.S. TO `CORRECT ITS MISTAKES’
  • CHINA SAYS U.S. VIOLATES BASIC PRINCIPLES OF INTL RELATIONSHIPS
  • CHINA FOREIGN MINISTRY CALLS CHARGES `BASELESS,’ `RIDICULOUS’
  • CHINA FOREIGN MINISTRY URGES U.S. TO `WITHDRAW CHARGES’

Full Statement from China’s Foreign Ministry:

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