People walk on campus at Stanford University in California in April 2019. The US Education Department is seeking to enforce a 1986 law requiring universities to disclose gifts and contracts from foreign sources. Photo: AP People walk on campus at Stanford University in California in April 2019. The US Education Department is seeking to enforce a 1986 law requiring universities to disclose gifts and contracts from foreign sources. Photo: AP
People walk on campus at Stanford University in California in April 2019. The US Education Department is seeking to enforce a 1986 law requiring universities to disclose gifts and contracts from foreign sources. Photo: AP

US universities ‘massively under-reporting’ funding from China, Russia, other ‘foreign adversaries’, says Trump administration report

  • Education Department findings are based on investigations at 12 schools including Harvard, Yale, Stanford and Georgetown
  • Most of these universities had financial dealings with Huawei, and at least one had ties directly to Chinese Communist Party

Topic |   US-China relations
People walk on campus at Stanford University in California in April 2019. The US Education Department is seeking to enforce a 1986 law requiring universities to disclose gifts and contracts from foreign sources. Photo: AP People walk on campus at Stanford University in California in April 2019. The US Education Department is seeking to enforce a 1986 law requiring universities to disclose gifts and contracts from foreign sources. Photo: AP
People walk on campus at Stanford University in California in April 2019. The US Education Department is seeking to enforce a 1986 law requiring universities to disclose gifts and contracts from foreign sources. Photo: AP
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