Hu Jintao, Chinese president and general secretary of the Communist Party
Hu's son Hu Haifeng is the former president of the state-owned company Nuctech, which produces security scanners and practically enjoyed a monopoly after Hu Haifeng's appointment. Hu Haifeng became the party secretary of Tsinghua Holdings in 2008 and left the company after it was accused of corruption by the government of Namibia.
Hu Jintao's son-in-law Daniel Mao was, until a few years ago, the head of the Internet portal Sina.com. His fortune was estimated in 2003 to be worth between $35 million and $60 million.