A Hong Kong appeals court has partially exonerated two of three corporate lawyers imprisoned over their work on a deal that turned out to be a fraud.

The deal in question was Shanghai tycoon Zhou Zhengyi’s 2002 acquisition of a cash-rich Hong Kong company, imGO, via a massive loan from the Bank of China that Zhou planned to repay by selling the company some of his own real estate assets.

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