Yeh, 49, who is also a substantial stakeholder and founder of local fund house Value Partners said he would like to see universal suffrage as soon as possible within the provisions of the Basic Law. But he refused to discuss his ties with Jimmy Lai.

Yeh's family owns Hsin Chong Construction which has been involved in many major government infrastructure projects.

The company was banned from bidding for government contracts between 1999 and 2002 following a scandal over short-piling.  -   2009 January 21   THE STANDARD


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