Chinese National Gets 2 Years Prison in Phillips 66 Secrets Case
(Bloomberg) -- A Chinese national who stole trade secrets from Phillips 66 worth more than $1 billion while working as an engineer for the petroleum company was sentenced to two years in prison, prosecutors said.
Hongjin Tan, a permanent legal resident of the U.S., was sentenced Thursday in federal court in Oklahoma after pleading guilty in November, according to statement issued by the Justice Department.
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