China official 'fled with money'

China official 'fled with money'

Beijing : China | Aug 29, 2012 at 1:23 AM PDT
Source: BBC
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Wang Guoqiang, who was party secretary of Fengcheng city in Liaoning province, left for the United States in April with his wife, the People's Daily said. Local officials said Mr Wang, who was being investigated for corruption, had been removed from his post, it said. FULL ARTICLE AT BBC
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