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Children of High Chinese Officials Turn Connections Into Richesi
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Susan Jackson and Kathy Guofu Feng
November 14, 2012 11:46 PM
Many people have become rich under China’s developing economy. But none as fabulously wealthy as the “Princelings” -- the children of high party officials. VOA's Mandarin Service takes a quick look at some of the China’s new nobility. Dan Markus narrates.

Children of High Chinese Officials Turn Connections Into Riches

Susan Jackson and Kathy Guofu Feng

Published November 14, 2012

Many people have become rich under China’s developing economy. But none as fabulously wealthy as the “Princelings” -- the children of high party officials. VOA's Mandarin Service takes a quick look at some of the China’s new nobility. Dan Markus narrates.


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