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Tycoon's daughter says hard to find love

By Ma Zhenhuan  (

08:42, January 11, 2013

(Xinhua Photo)

The 30-year-old daughter of China's richest man said she has never fallen in love because she has always been suspicious about her suitors' motives.

Zong Fuli, also known as Kelly Zong, said that because her family is so rich, she believes that every man who has tried to get close to her was business-oriented, according to a report on Caijing magazine's website.

Zong is the only child of Zong Qinghou, ranked by Forbes magazine last year as China's wealthiest man.

Zong Qinghou is the founder and chairman of Hangzhou Wahaha Group Co Ltd, China's largest beverage producer. Forbes said in October 2012 that he had a net worth of $10 billion.

Zong Fuli started working in Wahaha Group in 2005. She took charge of the company's export and import business in 2010.

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