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In Depth: How ‘Judicial Brokers’ May Have Swayed a Ruling by China’s Top Court

By Yu Ning, Shan Yuxiao, Cui Xiankang and Denise Jia
2022年04月25日 19:11
Investigation of a former court vice president involving three top aides may have been triggered by evidence of influence-peddling in the controversial New China Life ruling
Shen Deyong, a former vice president of the Supreme People’s Court. Photo: VCG

The graft investigation of a former Supreme People’s Court vice president that involves three of his former top aides may be related to a controversial, 700 million yuan ($109 million) equity ownership lawsuit, according to people with knowledge of the matter.

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