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Crime and politics

18 May 2010 By John Foley

Huang Guangyu, once China’s richest man, got 14 years and a big fine for insider trading and bribery. That is in line with recent punishments for corporate corruption. But done sparingly, bashing greed also has political uses in fastgrowing countries with yawning wealth gaps.

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