China Shanshui Cement Group has disclosed that it made a report to police about the possible theft of data, documents and the company’s chop, The Wall Street Journal reported, citing a statement from the company. The company, which removed eight directors in December in a power struggle after the firm Tianrui Group gained control of its board, said it had made inquiries with the former directors over the issue but “has not received a positive response” from any of them. Among the removed directors was chairman and general manager Zhang Bin–also the son of Shanshui fonder Zhang Caikui.
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