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Hunter Biden Holds Interest in a Chinese Firm that Invests in US-Sanctioned Enterprises

Investments of Chinese Communist Party companies sanctioned by Hunter Biden include a technology company that is accused of assisting in violations of human rights of Uyghurs and a nuclear company that allegedly acquired US nuclear technology for the benefit of the Chinese military. The investing firm of Hunter Biden continues to own 10% equity.

In spite of the commitments made by President Joe Biden that his family had no foreign business relations and Jen Psaki of White House, who said in February that the President’s son had been “working to unravel” his stake in the company, younger Biden was still a 10 percent equity investor in the Bohai Harvest RST (Shanghais) Equity Investment Fund Management Company.

In 2018 Hunter Biden, which was a former member of his board, made significant investments in many controversial Chinese businesses, including Megvii Technology, in the alleged participation in the suppression and technical supervision of China by Xinjiang and the State-owned China General Nuclear Power Group in 2019.The Chinese investment business also linked up with the state-owned Chinese aviation industry company, whose roles in China’s military-industrial complex were impacted by the 2021 sanctions. In 2015, BHR and AVIC bought Henniges Automotive from Michigan.

Since 2018, federal authorities are examining his taxes, and perhaps international business dealings, as well as financial transactions with China by the 51-year-old Hunter Biden, has been apparently subjected to a criminal inquiry.BHR is concerned about the ‘supported’ by its Chinese stakeholders by the Bank of China and the China Development Bank capital.

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