Hong Kong media tycoon Jimmy Lai warned he could face 10-year management ban after fraud (...)

Hong Kong media tycoon Jimmy Lai warned he could face 10-year management ban after fraud convictions over use of Apple Daily office for consultancy firm

[South China Morning Post] - 11/24/2022

Judge tells Lai, 74, that ban on direction and management of businesses could be in addition to jail time.



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