Nearly four years after an Australian current-affairs television programme aired a report alleging that Chinese-Australian billionaire Chau Chak Wing was a corrupt lobbyist acting for the Chinese government, his name was finally cleared.The Australian Federal Court ruled earlier this month that he had been defamed and granted him a payout of A$590,000 (US$450,000), while the producers of the defamatory programme, the ABC and Fairfax Media, were ordered to pay his costs, marking another major…


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