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2 Aug 2018
A Chinese man suspected of economic crimes and corruption in his home country has been arrested in Sweden, authorities said on Thursday. Swedish public broadcaster SVT described the unnamed 54-year-old suspect as "one of the most wanted people in China", adding that he had been in custody in Stockholm since June 25. SVT said the…

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