Executed Businessman's Assets Sold for a Bargain, Lawyer Says
Zeng Chengjie's son, Zeng Xian, pick up his father's ashes from a funeral home in Changsha on July 15
(Beijing) – The lawyer for a Hunan businessman who was recently executed without his family being notified has accused a local government of selling the man's assets to a state-owned company for a bargain.
Lawyer Wang Shaoguang said Zeng Chengjie's real estate developing company was officially appraised at 2.38 billion yuan in 2008 and was worth 4 billion yuan at current market value.
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