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US Investigation Spotlights China's Princelingsi
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September 19, 2013 8:19 PM
The U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) is investigating JP Morgan’s Hong Kong office for hiring the children of high-level Chinese officials. Observers say the hiring of these so-called “princelings” is to open business opportunities in mainland China. But could the practice, which dates back almost two decades, also be considered bribery? Yinan Wang and Yi Chen look at the practice in a report voiced by Colin Lovett.

US Investigation Spotlights China's Princelings

Published September 19, 2013

The U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) is investigating JP Morgan’s Hong Kong office for hiring the children of high-level Chinese officials. Observers say the hiring of these so-called “princelings” is to open business opportunities in mainland China. But could the practice, which dates back almost two decades, also be considered bribery? Yinan Wang and Yi Chen look at the practice in a report voiced by Colin Lovett.


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