A 20-month sentence has been handed down to Donald Tsang. A six-week trial the jury at the High Court in Hong Kong found Tsang had failed to disclose a conflict of interest
China's legislature has made insulting the national anthem an offense that could incur a three-year prison sentence. The move reflects President Xi Jinping's image as a patriotic leader.
Donald Tsang - ex-chief executive of Hong Kong - has been sentenced to 20 months in prison for misconduct in public office. He is the highest-ranking ex-official to be charged - and sentenced - in the city's history.
Ex-chief executive Donald Tsang's corruption trial is the highest-profile trial in the city's recent memory. He has denied any wrongdoing.
After Trump asked Saudi Arabia to list the oil giant Aramco in New York, Britain has raised the stakes for a London IPO. The UK government denies a $2 billion loan guarantee is an attempt to secure the listing.
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