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China says its evaluating e-commerce billionaire's US arrest

BEIJING – A Chinese e-commerce giant says its billionaire founder, Liu Qiangdong, has returned to China after his arrest from the U.S. on suspicion of criminal sexual conduct.

Zhang Shuhan, a JD.com official, said Monday on the phone that “Liu Qiangdong has become released without charges anf the husband is actually in China.”

Also often called Richard Liu, the founding father of the Beijing-based e-commerce site was arrested in Minneapolis late Friday on suspicion of criminal sexual conduct, in accordance with Hennepin Local jail records.

 
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