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Corruption investigators hold head of China Resources Land

Published on May 11th, 2014

Chairman Song Lin and ex vice-chairman Wang Hongkun face graft accusations  State-owned Chinese property company China Resources Land has become embroiled in a corruption scandal after its chairman was detained…

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