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Fosun Group chairman Guo Guangchang has "become unreachable"

Company has "lost contact" China's 'Warren Buffett'

10th December, 2015
Guo Guangchang in New York in 2015 Pic: Bloomberg

The billionaire chairman of Chinese conglomerate Fosun Group has become unreachable, Chinese media group Caixin is reporting.

The Beijing based magazine published claims that Fosun has “lost contact” with 48-year-old Guo.

Fosun Group, which owns Club Mediterranee SA and bought a stake in Cirque du Soleil, has business interests in insurance, real estate, pharmaceutical and commodities.

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