Wang Chengjian Photo: ifeng.com
Another corruption suspect who had fled to the United States gave herself up and returned home, according to the Communist Party of China's disciplinary watchdog.
Wang Chengjian, 63, a former shipping finance executive in Shanghai, fled to the United States in May 2005 after being accused of joint embezzlement, according to the Central Commission for Discipline Inspection.
She had been listed as number 67 on a list China's most wanted 100 corruption suspects who had been targeted with an Interpol red notice and was the 38th person on the list China had managed to get back since the "Sky Net" campaign targeting corrupt officials and business executives who fled abroad with their assets in April 2015, according to the Central Commission for Discipline Inspection.
Wang was suspected of corruption and gave herself up, according to the commission.
Last year, China's most-wanted corruption suspect returned to China from the United States after 13 years in hiding overseas.