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  • United States Court Issues Arrest Warrant for Siping Fang, Wealthy Chinese Businessman and Former Representative of the People's Congress
    PR Newswire

    United States Court Issues Arrest Warrant for Siping Fang, Wealthy Chinese Businessman and Former Representative of the People's Congress

    NEW YORK, May 2, 2019 /PRNewswire/ -- On April 23, 2019, a Nevada judge issued a warrant for the immediate arrest of Siping Fang, Chairman of Nasdaq-delisted China Valves Technology, Inc. (Ticker: CVVT).  The judge's order instructed that the arrest warrant be lodged with law enforcement agencies including Interpol and the National Crime Information Center. Based on the detailed reconstruction of Siping Fang's actions, the court awarded court-appointed Receiver Robert W. Seiden a judgement of almost $240 million.  The court subsequently held Siping Fang in contempt of court for intentionally obstructing the efforts of the Receiver to assert control over CVVT assets by transferring all of the operating entities away from the parent entity in the United States and out of the reach of US shareholders.

  • United States Court Issues Arrest Warrant for Wealthy China Businessman Siping Fang
    PR Newswire

    United States Court Issues Arrest Warrant for Wealthy China Businessman Siping Fang

    NEW YORK, April 26, 2019 /PRNewswire/ -- On April 23, 2019, a Nevada judge issued a warrant for the immediate arrest of Siping Fang, the chairman of Nasdaq-delisted China Valves Technology, Inc. (Ticker: CVVT), one of the largest valve manufacturers in China. Based on a detailed reconstruction of Siping Fang's actions, the court found Siping Fang in contempt of court for intentionally obstructing the efforts of the Receiver, Robert W. Seiden, by transferring ownership of the Chinese operating entities away from the parent entity in the United States and repeatedly failing to comply with the Receiver's requests to provide basic financial data on the company for the benefit of US shareholders.

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