Night Vision Technology Exec to Go to Trial for Violating Export Controls

Two individuals involved with Night Vision Technology Corp. will face trial in October for signing contracts with Chinese military agencies to transfer U.S. infrared technology. The two, Martin Shih, a Taiwanese-Canadian and president of the company, and Dr. Philip Cheng, a Taiwanese-American consultant are accused of signing contracts to provide high-tech equipment and consulting for the mass production of thermal imaging cameras.|

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