Anti-corruption officials said Wang Xiaoguang had collected so much Mao-tai from hosting party functions he started a business selling it and took out four liquor licences to open shops. Photo: Handout

China’s corruption watchdog takes down self-styled Mao-tai liquor mogul who went into business for himself

  • Wang Xiaoguang accumulated so many bottles of the fiery spirit while on Communist Party business he opened shops and employed relatives to sell it
Topic |   Xi Jinping's anti-corruption campaign

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Anti-corruption officials said Wang Xiaoguang had collected so much Mao-tai from hosting party functions he started a business selling it and took out four liquor licences to open shops. Photo: Handout
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