Over the past few days, as the disclosures from the Panama Papers sent a shiver through the global elite, the search term “brother-in-law” briefly became a censor-evading path in China.
The brother-in-law who can’t be named is none other than Deng Jiagui, a businessman married to President Xi Jinping’s sister. Deng is among a handful of elite Chinese with family ties to at least eight current or former top leaders named in reporting and documents about offshore holdings published t...
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