Chinese billionaire Huang Xiangmo pictured outside the Sydney Opera House. Photo: Twitter

Chinese billionaire Huang Xiangmo ordered to declare worldwide assets by Australian court

  • Huang, a property developer who was exiled from Australia in December, is accused of ‘grossly understating’ his income over three years
  • In response, he’s accused the tax office of being a ‘despicable tool for political persecution’ and part of a conspiracy of ‘unknown dark forces’
Topic |   Australia

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Chinese billionaire Huang Xiangmo pictured outside the Sydney Opera House. Photo: Twitter
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Opposition politician Bill Shorten holds up a photograph of Minister for Foreign Affairs Julie Bishop and Chinese businessman Huang Xiangmo in Parliament House in Canberra in June 2017. Photo: AAP via AP

Chinese billionaire Huang Xiangmo claims persecution by ‘dark forces of Australia’s deep state’

  • Usually reclusive tycoon lashes out at politicians, agencies and media, calling tax office a ‘despicable tool’ for its pursuit of US$104 million tax bill
  • Huang, a major political donor, has had his assets frozen and permanent residency cancelled over fears of foreign political interference
Topic |   Australia

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Opposition politician Bill Shorten holds up a photograph of Minister for Foreign Affairs Julie Bishop and Chinese businessman Huang Xiangmo in Parliament House in Canberra in June 2017. Photo: AAP via AP
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