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Bombshell: JPMorgan Secretly Paid Daughter of China’s Ex-Premier $1.8 Million

By Ray Kwong | China’s embarrassingly ineffective anti-corruption campaign re-enters the spotlight as a damning New York Times investigative report reveals that JPMorgan secretly employed the daughter of former Chinese Premier Wen Jiabao, the leading figure behind Beijing’s economic policy. Chinese government officials have long been “praised” for their skills to ensure their family’s futures, with some saying their collective efforts equal at least 3 percent of China’s GDP.