The curious case of the missing Chinese mining billionaire

By Frik Els

The story of disgraced former senior Chinese leader Bo Xilai may be the most well-known, but further down the political and business scales the position of China’s superwealthy can be just as precarious.

A prime example is the missing billionaire chairman of mining group Hanlong, Liu Han. His curious case also highlights the dangers …read more

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