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An Australian entrepreneur convicted of financial crimes in China and transferred to Australia to serve the remainder of his 11-and-a-half year sentence is being granted early release, Australia's justice minister said Wednesday.Matthew Ng was found guilty of fraud and bribery over a business dispute in 2011 and served almost four years in a Chinese prison before being transferred to Australia in 2014 .Australian Justice Minister Michael Keenan said that Ng, who was eligible for parole in August but still had about six years left on his sentence, was being granted early release based on exceptional family circumstances.
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