‘Slow but positive progress’ made in case of detained Irishman in China
Businessman Richard O’Halloran has been detained in the Asian country for more than two years due to a legal dispute involving his employer
A “legal and financial” solution to secure Richard O’Halloran’s safe return to Ireland is currently being worked on in China, according to a source close to the matter.
The Irish businessman and father of four has been stuck in China due to a legal dispute involving China International Aviation Leasing Service (CALS), the Dublin-based firm he works for.
O’Halloran has not been charged with any crime, and is not...
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