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China probes 2 executives at surveillance camera maker Hikvision

Company officials reportedly failed to disclose employee compensation

Hikvision is the global leader in surveillance cameras, but it has come under fire from the U.S. for its role in the Chinese government's suppression of ethnic minorities. (Photo by Shunsuke Tabeta)

CHONGQING -- Two senior executives at Hangzhou Hikvision Digital Technology are under investigation by China's securities watchdog for alleged disclosure violations, the world's biggest manufacturer of surveillance cameras said Wednesday.

The investigation adds to the woes at a company targeted by a U.S. pressure campaign over its role in Beijing's crackdown on Muslim ethnic minorities.

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