HNA Group chief executive Adam Tan Xiangdong told the Caijing financial conference in Beijing that the company would “listen to orders” and “not invest a cent in areas forbidden by the government”. Photo: Bloomberg HNA Group chief executive Adam Tan Xiangdong told the Caijing financial conference in Beijing that the company would “listen to orders” and “not invest a cent in areas forbidden by the government”. Photo: Bloomberg
HNA Group chief executive Adam Tan Xiangdong told the Caijing financial conference in Beijing that the company would “listen to orders” and “not invest a cent in areas forbidden by the government”. Photo: Bloomberg
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HNA Group chief executive Adam Tan Xiangdong told the Caijing financial conference in Beijing that the company would “listen to orders” and “not invest a cent in areas forbidden by the government”. Photo: Bloomberg HNA Group chief executive Adam Tan Xiangdong told the Caijing financial conference in Beijing that the company would “listen to orders” and “not invest a cent in areas forbidden by the government”. Photo: Bloomberg
HNA Group chief executive Adam Tan Xiangdong told the Caijing financial conference in Beijing that the company would “listen to orders” and “not invest a cent in areas forbidden by the government”. Photo: Bloomberg
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