Canada sign treaty to return fugitives’ assets in fraud and corruption cases

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North American nation one of main destinations for corrupt officials fleeing mainland and agreement said to be first of its kind China has signed with another country. China has signed a treaty with Canada, one of the main destinations of Chinese corruption or fraud suspects fleeing the country, to allow the return of stolen assets, state media reported. If the source of ill-gotten gains cannot be verified, the two nations will share the assets. The treaty on the sharing and return of forfeited assets was signed during Premier Li Keqiang’s visit to Canada this week.

Read the full article at the South China Morning Post.

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