Potential Chinese buyer appears for troubled Singaporean-run international school in Beijing

The Beijing BISS International School has run into financial difficulty with debts in the millions of yuan. PHOTO: ST FILE
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BEIJING - A Chinese businessman has shown interest in buying the troubled Singaporean-run Beijing BISS International School in the Chinese capital.

The prospective buyer ran private and international schools in China, Mr Xu Donggeng, a legal adviser with the State Council's Overseas Chinese Affairs Office, told The Straits Times on Tuesday (Oct 16).

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