China-Born Exec In Paint Export Case Stays In Custody

Law360, New York (July 13, 2011, 6:40 PM EDT) -- A former executive of a Chinese industrial coatings company who allegedly helped export paint to a Pakistani nuclear power plant without U.S. approval was ordered to remain in detention Wednesday while federal prosecutors in Washington challenge a ruling that would have released her on bail.

Xun Wang, a managing director at Shanghai-based PPG Paints Trading Co. Ltd., was indicted in June for allegedly pursuing a contract to supply paint to the Chashma II, a nuclear power plant under construction in Pakistan, after the U.S. government denied...
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USA v. WANG


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1:11-cr-00187

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District Of Columbia

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June 7, 2011

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