3Novices:Fugitive tycoon told staff to fake documents, court hears

Fugitive tycoon Guo Wengui ­instructed his staff to produce fake business documents to apply for a 3.2 billion yuan (US$470 million) loan from the Agricultural Bank of China in 2010, three ­former executives told a court in ­Dalian on Friday.
Guo, who has close ties to disgraced former state security vice-minister Ma Jian, now lives in New York. He has drawn global attention in recent months with a stream of corruption allegations against senior Chinese figures in interviews with…
June 09, 2017 at 09:14PM
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