How a $30 million mansion was sold for $10 million to a Chinese family that also owns a major U.S. bank


An African-American family that was once the largest real estate investor in the U.N. has purchased a $10-million mansion in Georgia, according to local media reports.

The home is owned by the Chinese family who also owns the American Bank, which in 2014 was fined $300 million by the U.

“Atlanta’s WSB-TV reports that the property is valued at $30.9 million.

The house is currently being used for a Chinese-themed restaurant and bar.

The family is now in the process of buying the property, but the owner has yet to be identified.

The U.n.

General Assembly passed a resolution last year to blacklist the family for the alleged violations.

The Chinese government, which is based in the Philippines, had previously expressed its opposition to the U, but is now openly criticizing the Chinese government.

The resolution passed in April is still pending before the General Assembly, and the Chinese embassy in Washington has not responded to Fox News’ request for comment.

The house was built in 1962 as part of a renovation by the family of a former president of the Philippines.

The property has a total of 8,000 square feet of living space, according the report.

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