Wuxing

World Headquarters: Hong Kong Free Enterprise Enclave

The only Chinese player on the megacorp scene, Wuxing owes its ascension
to the rarefied ranks of the Big Ten to the late great (dragon,
that is) Dunkelzahn, who bequeathed a big pile of nuyen to the company—
along with a couple of wiz magical goodies for Wuxing’s CEO
Wu Lung-Wei and his wife Sharon. Wu parlayed this windfall into a
position of new power for his corp, allowing Wuxing to muscle its way
onto the Corporate Court and into AAA status. Following the Crash,
Wuxing swallowed up sizable pieces of the Pacific Prosperity Group
(including the plum-prize Malaysian Independent Bank) which increased
its clout significantly.
Traditionally focused on finance and shipping concerns, Wuxing
has drastically expanded its magical services and magical goods projects,
making a name for itself as the new “mystic” megacorp. Thanks to
its post-Crash buyouts—fueled by profits from the Orichalcum Rush
during the Year of the Comet—Wuxing has also expanded heavily into
other markets, including agriculture, engineering, consumer goods,
and chemicals.

Wuxing

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