Living Too Large?

Shanghai real estate developer Zhou Zhengyi last week became the latest casualty in what appears to be an ongoing government crackdown on the dubious business practices of China's richest and flashiest. Here's the body count so far:

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Zhou Zhengyi
2002's 11th richest mainlander, according to Forbes magazine, Zhou was the first in Shanghai to own a Ferrari. He and wife Mao Yuping stand accused of loan and stock fraud and tax evasion

Yang Rong
The auto exec allegedly put $60.4 million of the state's money into...

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