Sweden said on Wednesday it had released Qiao Jianjun, who fled China in 2011. Photo: Shutterstock

Sweden ‘unlikely’ to extradite Chinese fugitive Qiao Jianjun as Supreme Court sets him free

  • Stockholm’s top court says suspect, who was in custody for almost a year, ‘should no longer be arrested’
  • Former director of grain storage facility is wanted by Beijing on suspicion of having embezzled millions of dollars
Topic |   Crime in China

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Sweden said on Wednesday it had released Qiao Jianjun, who fled China in 2011. Photo: Shutterstock
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Keegan Elmer

Keegan Elmer

Keegan is a reporter at the Post covering China in world affairs, including US-China relations and China's relationship with its neighbours. He has degrees from the University of Wisconsin, Madison and the University of Helsinki.