China names four corruption suspects in Auckland, English not considering extradition treaty

Rebecca Howard
Fri, 28 Apr 2017

By Rebecca Howard April 28 (BusinessDesk) - Four of 22 corruption suspects who have fled China are in Auckland according to a list published by Chinese authorities and while New Zealand is not currently proceeding with new extradition treaties it could look at a possible treaty in the future, a spokesman for Prime Minister Bill English says. The information includes the name, gender, ID card number, former title, suspected crime, date of arrival in the current country and travel document of each suspect, according to the state-owned Xinhu...

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