This article is the final installment of a three-part series on China’s role in redeveloping southern Louisiana called China’s Louisiana Purchase. The  first part  investigated links between Chinese government officials, Chinese gas giant Shandong Yuhuang and Gov. Bobby Jindal. The second part explored allegations of environmental racism from the predominantly black community where the plant will be built.  ALGIERS, New Orleans — A New Orleans government–contracted company stands accused of stealing millions of dollars from foreigners who sought citizenship through the U.S. investor immigrant — or EB-5 — system by investing in a cluster of would-be businesses in an underserved black community devastated by Hurricane Katrina. But even with litigation pending in that case, municipal authorities are continuing to seek EB-5 investments. Under  the EB-5 system , individuals from overseas — a vast majority of applicants hail from China — have a shot at a green card if they […]