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Huang Xiangmo is a Chinese billionaire real estate developer. He was a permanent resident and political donor in Australia, but was later barred entry into the country on national security grounds.
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Huang Xiangmo loses bid to halt order forcing disclosure of offshore assetsThe exiled Chinese billionaire, a central figure in the ICAC's investigation into NSW Labor donations, must disclose his worldwide assets to the Tax Office within weeks.
Huang Xiangmo brands Tax Office a 'despicable tool of political persecution'Exiled Chinese billionaire Huang Xiangmo, a central figure in ICAC's inquiry into Labor donations, launched the extraordinary attack as he fights a $140 million tax bill.
Huang Xiangmo fights order to disclose worldwide assets"Once the cat's out of the bag, it's out of the bag," the exiled billionaire's barrister told the Federal Court as he fights an order to disclose his worldwide assets.
ATO seeks to bankrupt Huang Xiangmo over $140 million billLawyers for the exiled Chinese billionaire said there is not the "remotest possibility" the Tax Office could pursue him for the debt in Hong Kong or China.
ICAC revelations against an infamous Chinese donor are a small part of the storyThe legal and political system has simply failed to grapple with the real story about Huang Xiangmo who crop-dusted money across the political landscape.
Former NSW Labor boss Jamie Clements 'on retainer' with Huang Xiangmo, ICAC hearsNSW Labor's former general secretary went on to secure a lucrative consultancy deal with Chinese billionaire Huang Xiangmo, a corruption inquiry has heard.
ATO fears Huang Xiangmo's assets structured to 'hinder creditors'The Tax Office is pursuing the exiled billionaire for $140 million and has served debt-collecting notices on casinos in Sydney and Melbourne.
Huang Xiangmo's assets frozen as Tax Office pursues him for $140 millionThe Federal Court has frozen the Australian assets of exiled billionaire Huang Xiangmo, a central figure in the ICAC's investigation into Labor Party donations.
Huang Xiangmo's former Labor ally sets up visa advisory and lobby shopErnest Wong's clients will want better results than Huang, who was effectively banned from Australia earlier this year.