Taiwan Is No More Lax Than Its Neighbors
While reading "Where spies are doing a roaring business," (Asian Business, Feb. 23), I couldn't understand why BUSINESS WEEK picked Taiwan as the only country that does not have a strong law against business spying. The same sin can be attributed to Japan and Korea and many other countries.
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