Taiwan charges Hong Kong execs with money laundering, is probing spying claims

Published Apr 08 2021 at 7:35 AM GMT
  • Two executives of a Hong Kong-listed company who have been held in Taiwan amid spying allegations since late 2019 have been charged with money laundering as Taiwanese prosecutors continue to investigate whether they had engaged in national security-related crimes on the island.
  • Xiang Xin, chief executive of Hong Kong-based China Innovation Investment Limited, and his wife Kung Ching, an alternate director, were indicted on a charge of money laundering on Thursday, the Taipei District….


  • Published Apr 8, 2021 7:35 AM GMT