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  1. Early life. Bo Xilai was born on 3 July 1949. He was the fourth child and second son of prominent Communist Party leader Bo Yibo, one of the Eight Great Eminent Officials, who served as Minister of Finance in the early years of the People's Republic of China but who fell from favor in 1965 for supporting more open trade relations with the West.

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  3. Bo Xilai - Wikipedia

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    Early life. Bo Xilai was born on 3 July 1949. He was the fourth child and second son of prominent Communist Party leader Bo Yibo, one of the Eight Great Eminent Officials, who served as Minister of Finance in the early years of the People's Republic of China but who fell from favor in 1965 for supporting more open trade relations with the West.

  4. Bo Xilai found guilty on all charges, sentenced to life in ...

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    Bo Xilai The son of a revolutionary veteran, Bo rose to power as a city mayor, provincial governor, minister of commerce and member of the Politburo, the powerful policy-making body of the ...

  5. Chinese politician Bo Xilai gets life sentence | AP News

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    JINAN, China (AP) — A court sentenced Bo Xilai to life in prison for corruption Sunday, burying the career of one of China's most up-and-coming politicians and lowering the curtain on a scandal that exposed a murder and illicit enrichment among the country's elite. The former Politburo member and Chongqing city party leader was convicted of bribery, embezzlement and abuse of power Sunday in ...

  6. Bo Yibo - Wikipedia

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    Bo's political involvement declined in the 1990s, but he used his influence to support both Deng Xiaoping and Jiang Zemin, and to promote the career of his son, Bo Xilai. He was the last remaining, and longest-lived, of the Eight Elders at the time of his death on 15 January 2007, just a little over a month short of his 99th birthday.

  7. Wang Yang (politician) - Wikipedia

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    Bo Xilai was subsequently arrested for a variety of charges and sentenced to life imprisonment, and official evaluation of his "crime"-fighting campaign recognizes that it encompassed gross violations of civil rights, with almost 1,000 people sent to labor camps, and served to a large extent as a tool for Bo Xilai to consolidate power and take ...

  8. Neil Heywood - Wikipedia

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    Neil Heywood (20 October 1970 – 14 November 2011) was an English businessman who worked in China. He was associated with Bo Xilai (the former Chinese Communist Party Committee Secretary for Chongqing, and a member of the Politburo of the Chinese Communist Party).

  9. Bo Xilai found guilty on all charges, sentenced to life in ...

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    Bo Xilai The son of a revolutionary veteran, Bo rose to power as a city mayor, provincial governor, minister of commerce and member of the Politburo, the powerful policy-making body of the ...

  10. 薄熙来 - Wikipedia

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    薄熙来(はく きらい、簡体字: 薄熙来 、英語: Bo Xilai 、ポー・シーライ、1949年 7月3日 - )は、中華人民共和国の政治家。 国務院副総理などを務めた薄一波を父に持ち、太子党に属する。

  11. 应一些朋友的要求,今天我们再讲讲历史典故,讲讲在2012年初换届之际发生的一些不为人知的故事 ...

  12. 特写:薄熙来将在秦城监狱“享奢华”? - BBC News 中文

    www.bbc.com/.../09/130920_bo_xilai_qincheng_prison

    薄熙来这位曾经的中共政治明星一旦被判囚将会过着怎样的生活?bbc驻北京记者杉丽雅尝试一探究竟。