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This picture taken on March 7, 2010 shows the then delegate of the Chinese People's Political Consultative Conference (CPPCC) Liu Yingxia presenting during the third session of the eleventh CPPCC National Committee in Beijing. One of China's 50 richest women has been ousted from a top political organisation, with state media on February 21, 2014 pointing to her links to a former high-ranking official facing graft allegations. Liu Yingxia, who was listed as China's 46th richest woman with assets of four billion yuan (USD 660 million) by wealth publisher the Hurun Report last year, was removed as a member of the CPPCC, the Xinhua news agency reported late on February 20, 2014.
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