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|Access:||http://www.sino.uni-heidelberg.de/archive2/2018/05/02/scmp180502/01/www.scmp.com/news/china/policies-politics/article/2142994/china-accuses-fugitive-tycoon-guo-wengui-commissioning.htm (downloaded 09-05-2018)|
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|Title:||China accuses fugitive tycoon Guo Wengui of commissioning forged documents to bolster asylum request : Police in Chongqing say two brothers were paid to produce fake paperwork to help bolster Guo Wengui's US asylum application / Jun Mai|
|Source:||scmp.com South China Morning Post (23 Apr. 2018)|
|Description:||26 css, 9 eot, 5 gif, 6 htm, 2 html, 2 jpg, 52 js, 48 png, 5 ttf, 10 woff, 18 xml files (8.26 MB)|
|Subjects:||Corruption - China|
Political corruption - China
Political leadership - China
Kuo Wen-kui, 1967-
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