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Chinese businesswomen ‘detained in fallout from graft investigation into former Communist high-flyer Sun Zhengcai’

  • Wed, 14 Feb 2018 10:14
Several Chinese businesswomen reportedly linked to the investigation into disgraced former Politburo member Sun Zhengcai have been detained, according to sources and media reports. Duan Weihong, a 49-year-old Tianjin native, was in custody and had been uncontactable “for a considerable period”, sources said. Liu Fengzhou, a 55-year-old Beijing businesswoman and art collector, was detained in May, and Huang Suzhi, from Jiangsu, had been held since April, according to Chinese news... South China Morning Post - China feed

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