CHINA TRIAL – China court gives 13-year jail to Canadian tycoon who disappeared in 2017

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A court sentenced a Chinese-Canadian businessman to 13 years in prison on Friday, almost five years after he went missing mysteriously from a Hong Kong hotel.

The state-run China Global Television Network (CGTN) reported that the court in Shanghai found Xiao Jianhua, 50, and his embattled firm, Tomorrow Holding, guilty of illegal fundraising, misuse of funds, and bribery.