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China’s ‘Princelings’ Create a Name for Nepotism (VOA On Assignment Dec. 14)i
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December 14, 2012 1:04 PM
China’s booming economy has some experts predicting it could surpass the U.S. economy as the world’s largest by 2030. Many people have become recently rich in China, but none have become as fabulously wealthy as the so-called “princelings” – the children of high party officials. VOA Mandarin Service Reporter Kathy Guofu Yang talked about the trend with On Assignment’s Imran Siddiqui.

China’s ‘Princelings’ Create a Name for Nepotism (VOA On Assignment Dec. 14)

Published December 14, 2012

China’s booming economy has some experts predicting it could surpass the U.S. economy as the world’s largest by 2030. Many people have become recently rich in China, but none have become as fabulously wealthy as the so-called “princelings” – the children of high party officials. VOA Mandarin Service Reporter Kathy Guofu Yang talked about the trend with On Assignment’s Imran Siddiqui.