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July 18, 1994 | From Times Staff and Wire Reports
3 Executed for Stealing Receipt Books: The government has executed three men for stealing tax receipt books as part of a clampdown on tax evasion scams that have put billions of dollars of state revenue at risk, the official People's Daily reported. The Harbin city intermediate court in north China's Heilongjiang province delivered the death sentence on Deng Yucai, a chemical factory worker, and his unemployed accomplices Yu Min and Sui Guohua, the newspaper said.
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July 18, 1994 | From Times Staff and Wire Reports
3 Executed for Stealing Receipt Books: The government has executed three men for stealing tax receipt books as part of a clampdown on tax evasion scams that have put billions of dollars of state revenue at risk, the official People's Daily reported. The Harbin city intermediate court in north China's Heilongjiang province delivered the death sentence on Deng Yucai, a chemical factory worker, and his unemployed accomplices Yu Min and Sui Guohua, the newspaper said.
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May 15, 1988 | Associated Press
A 29-year-old man in the southern Chinese province of Guangdong was executed for stealing 113 bicycles in two years, an official newspaper reported Saturday. The Legal Daily said Xiao Guoqi was sentenced to death in Shantou and executed Friday, for stealing $7,000 worth of bikes between March, 1984, and May, 1986.
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May 15, 1988 | Associated Press
A 29-year-old man in the southern Chinese province of Guangdong was executed for stealing 113 bicycles in two years, an official newspaper reported Saturday. The Legal Daily said Xiao Guoqi was sentenced to death in Shantou and executed Friday, for stealing $7,000 worth of bikes between March, 1984, and May, 1986.
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