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Hong Kong property moguls on trial in huge graft case

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Billionaire Hong Kong property tycoons Thomas and Raymond Kwok will go on trial Thursday in a blockbuster corruption case that analysts say could lift the lid on cosy ties between officials and wealthy moguls. 

Chairmans and Managing Directors of Sun Hung Kai Properties Raymond Kwok (L) and Thomas Kwok in Hong Kong on April 3, 2012

The brothers, who jointly chair development giant Sun Hung Kai Properties, and Hong Kong's former chief secretary Rafael Hui, were arrested in a major swoop by the city's anti-graft watchdog in March 2012.

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