星期六, 8月 13, 2022

Exiled Chinese tycoon fraudulently obtained big loans, employees tell court

Exiled billionaire businessman Guo Wengui instructed his employees to fraudulently obtain hundreds of millions of dollars in loans, senior employees of his real estate...

Executives of fugitive Chinese tycoon Guo Wengui’s company go on trial for fraud

Three top managers are facing charges of obtaining a loan by deception from Agricultural Bank of China. Three executives of the flagship company of fugitive...

Shadowy Chinese Conglomerate Cultivated Ties to the Most Powerful US Politicicians

A FEW YEARS AGO, Guo Wengui, a pugnacious Chinese billionaire known for his hardball business tactics, left his native China to live in self-imposed exile in Manhattan....

Tony Blair linked to China’s most wanted, Mar-a-Lago member Guo Wengui

Beijing: Flamboyant Chinese tycoon Guo Wengui, on the run from Interpol, is a friend of former British prime minister Tony Blair, it has been revealed. Mr Guo,...

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