Chinese Prime Minister Wen Jiabao's lawyer has responded to the bombshell allegations in Friday's New York Times.
In a statement translated by the South China Morning Post:
I. The so-called “hidden riches” of Wen Jiabao’s family members in the New York Times’ report does not exist.
The statement goes on to specifically refute allegations, before hinting at legal action:
VI. We will continue to make clarifications regarding untrue reports by the New York Times, and reserve the right to hold it legally responsible.
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