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Text of report in English by Taiwan News website on 21 July
As Chinese President Hu Jintao called for tougher action against corruption at home, his son Hu Haifeng faced questioning over a corruption case surrounding his company in Namibia, international media reports said Tuesday.
The allegations focus on a US$56 million (NT$1.83 billion) deal the African country signed with Chinese state-owned Nuctech for the supply of scanners to its ports and airports. The younger Hu, 38, was president of the company until last year, when he was promoted to party secretary at Tsinghua Holdings, the group which includes Nuctech.
Namibia recently detained three suspects, …