Friday, October 31, 2014   

Company director extradited to HK
(06-19 12:48)

A director of a property development company has been extradited from the US to Hong Kong.
Zeng Wei, who is aged 51, is the director of United Win Holdings. He is accused of offering bribes to a bank officer and laundering crime proceeds in 2010. He was to go on trial in 2011 but failed to turn up.
Earlier this year, Zeng tried to enter the Pacific Island of Saipan under another name and was arrested. He later agreed to return to Hong Kong.
Zeng was brought back to the territory on Thursday morning and will be appear in the District Court in the afternoon. --RTHK   
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