Former investigative reporter Li Jianjun plans to make whistle-blowing a profitable business. Photo: Wang FengFormer investigative reporter Li Jianjun plans to make whistle-blowing a profitable business. Photo: Wang Feng
Former investigative reporter Li Jianjun plans to make whistle-blowing a profitable business. Photo: Wang Feng

Ex-journalist to take China Resources 'corruption' files to Hong Kong investigators

Former journalist Li Jianjun also has a personal stake riding on the graft case

Topic |   China Resources (Holdings)
Former investigative reporter Li Jianjun plans to make whistle-blowing a profitable business. Photo: Wang FengFormer investigative reporter Li Jianjun plans to make whistle-blowing a profitable business. Photo: Wang Feng
Former investigative reporter Li Jianjun plans to make whistle-blowing a profitable business. Photo: Wang Feng
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