AMSTERDAM, April 7 (Reuters) - Dutch prosecutors said on
Friday they have detained a man who works for an unnamed
multinational company on suspicion he leaked corporate secrets
to a Chinese competitor.
In a statement, the country's national financial crimes
prosecutor said the man, identified as a 65-year-old living in
the city of Twente, is suspected of having leaked patent and
other company secrets.
Investigators said the man was about to travel to China when
they detained him, raiding his home and workplace and seizing
several digital memory devices.
(Reporting by Toby Sterling, editing by Larry King)