BY FRANK FANG AND CATHY HE October 16, 2020 Updated: October 20, 2020biggersmallerPrint

Hunter Biden allegedly sought to pocket millions from deals involving a Chinese energy giant with ties to the Chinese military, according to emails obtained by the New York Post.

An alleged email from James Gilliar of the international consultancy J2cR that was sent to Biden on May 13, 2017 detailed “remuneration packages” for six people in an unspecified deal apparently involving the now-bankrupt Chinese oil giant CEFC China Energy. Biden, who is the second son of former Vice President and current presidential candidate Joe Biden, was identified as “Chair/Vice Chair” of a new company, “depending on agreement with CEFC.” His pay would be “850.”

Gilliar did not immediately return a request for comment about his involvement.

The email also mentions a “provisional agreement” under which a person identified as “H,” an apparent reference to Hunter Biden, would hold 20 percent “equity” in the new company, as well as 10 percent “held…for the big guy.” The email doesn’t identify who the “big guy” is.

Gilliar also said he would be “happy to raise any detail with Zang if there is [sic] shortfalls ?,” in an apparent reference to Zang Jianjun, a former executive director at CEFC.

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