Son of China’s former richest man lands on list of debtors
Wang Sicong, the son of China’s former “richest man” Wang Jianlin, has been named by a Beijing court as personally liable in a financial dispute involving about 151 million yuan (US$21.6 million) in debts.A national database for debt recovery listed Wang Sicong, 31, as an “enforced person” following a court case in the Beijing No 2 Intermediate People’s Court. The database did not identify the creditors.The Weibo account of People’s Court Daily, a newspaper affiliated with the Supreme People’s…

Vía South China Morning Post

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