China Unicom Chairman and Chief Executive Wang Xiaochu was dropped from the latest list of Chinese Communist Party congress representatives. He was on a tentative roster and the Unicom website still names him as chairman. © Reuters

Unicom chairman not invited to China congress

Wang Xiaochu's name was dropped from list of delegates

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