China says it is moving to improve the security of its computer network infrastructure in the wake of new press reports that accuse U.S. cyberexperts of infiltrating the office of the country's president and several government offices, as well as telecom company Huawei Technologies. The move, which comes a month after China launched a high-profile effort to improve the nation's cybersecurity regime, is the latest chapter in a contentious war of words between the U.S. and China, which both accuse each other of aggressive cyberspying.

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