Security Scanners Across Europe Are Directly Tied to CCP Military

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At some of the world’s most sensitive spots, authorities have installed security screening devices made by a single Chinese company with deep ties to China’s military and the highest levels of the ruling Communist Party, Market Beat reports.

“The World Economic Forum in Davos. Europe’s largest ports. Airports from Amsterdam to Athens. NATO’s borders with Russia. All depend on equipment manufactured by Nuctech, which has quickly become the world’s leading company, by revenue, for cargo and vehicle scanners.

“Nuctech has been frozen out of the U.S. for years due to national security concerns, but it has made deep inroads across Europe, installing its devices in 26 of 27 EU member states, according to public procurement, government, and corporate records reviewed by The Associated Press.”

The problem is that China could (and undoubtedly will) exploit Nuctech equipment to sabotage key transit points or get illicit access to government, industrial or personal data from the items that pass through its devices.

The CCP has subsidized the company, undercutting competitors. It gives Beijing a political advantage over critical infrastructure in the West.


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