US-China spying row: Eric Holder vows 'aggressive response'
The United States is to bring charges of cyber-espionage against five members of the Chinese People's Liberation Army in the first case of its kind, the attorney general has confirmed.
US prosecutors say the officers stole trade secrets and internal documents from six US organisations.
Eric Holder said the alleged breaches were "significant" and demanded "an aggressive response".
19 May 2014
- From the section US & Canada