‘Future richest man’ nabbed


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  • Wednesday, 29 Oct 2014

GEORGE TOWN: Chinese national Zhang Jian (pic), the self-proclaimed “future richest man”, has been arrested in Thailand.

He was arrested by Thai police over a pyramid scheme that reportedly duped people in China and Malaysia out of 6 billion baht (RM600mil) and 3 billion baht (RM300mil) respectively.

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