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Bo Zhiyue, a professor of Chinese politics at Singapore's National University said no systemic change is likely: "It is not possible for them to go after the princeling families. In the end, they will make Bo a single case and claim there is no wider implication." The revelations about Mr Xi's family's wealth will now challenge that.
Meanwhile, a poll in the People's Daily showed 91 per cent of respondents believed that all rich families in China had political backgrounds.
The family's interests include a 1.83 billion yuan (£188 million) share of the assets of Shenzhen Yuanwei, a property investment company, according to a filing from December 2011.Another 3.17 million yuan investment in Beijing's Hiconics Drive Technology company, made in 2009, is now worth 128.4 million yuan.The sums do not account for liabilities and consequently do not reflect the net worth of the family.Most of the traceable fortune is held by Mr Xi's older sister, Qi Qiaoqiao, 63, her husband Deng Jiagui, 61, and her daughter Zhang Yannan, 33.However, a brother-in-law, Wu Long, ran New Postcom Equipment Co, which has won hundreds of millions of yuan in contracts from state-owned China Mobile.