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Search out and delete the Beijing News article “Female State Enterprise Leader Accepted Bribes of Nearly 1.9 Million, Receives Three Year Suspended Sentence.” (January 2, 2018) [Chinese]
The Beijing News Article ordered for deletion has been archived by CDT Chinese editors. The news article describes the sentence handed to a female surnamed Wang by the Beijing No. 2 Intermediate People’s Court for allegedly accepting nearly 1.9 million yuan in bribes. According to the report, the unidentified Ms. Wang was promoted by a lover to deputy director of the state-owned Central Huijin Investment Co. Wang pled guilty to the bribery charges, and received a three-year suspended sentence and a 200,000 yuan fine.
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