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Shanxi leaders probed in anti-graft campaign

Shanxi leaders probed in anti-graft campaign

The leadership of Shanxi province on Saturday backed the nationwide anti-corruption campaign hours after it was revealed that two senior officials were being investigated. The country's top anti-graft watchdog announced that Chen Chuanping, 52, ... CHINAdaily, 5 days ago

Hotbed for Corruption?

(CFP) Once again, the deluxe Executive Master of Business Administration (EMBA) program has come under fire in China. On July 15, China's official Xinhua News Agency published a report, revealing that many Chinese EMBA programs, though ...
 Beijing Review5 days ago Prestigious business programs in China slammed as 'schools for graft'  Want China Times1 month ago China Focus: A class of cadres: EMBA raises corruption doubts  Individual.com1 month ago A class of cadres: EMBA raises corruption doubts month ago

Shanxi tigers snared in graft probe

Two senior officials from Shanxi Province are being investigated for suspected violations of discipline and law, China's discipline watchdog announced on its official website on Saturday. The CPC Central Commission for Discipline Inspection (CCDI) ...
 Global Times6 days ago Shanxi 'tigers' snared in graft probe  Ecns.cn5 days ago

Fallen Chinese officials and their marks erased from the public eye

It is normally considered an honor in China to have a high-ranking official inscribe a few words or phrases in calligraphy to celebrate an occasion, whether it is the establishment of a new government body or the opening of a new public building.
 Want China Times1 week ago

China's ex-security chief Zhou investigated

[embedded content] To catch a tiger in China, it turns out first you need to swat a lot of flies. Less than a month after Xi Jinping took the helm of the Communist Party in 2012, a brief report appeared on the state-owned news agency saying ...
 Thanhnien1 month ago How Xi Jinping Swatted Flies to Trip Biggest China Tiger  BusinessWeek1 month ago Xi Shows How to Catch a Tiger as All Paths Lead to Zhou Yongkang  Bloomberg1 month ago

Retired government officials may expect tighter rules on new jobs

Reaction According to the Organization Department of the Communist Party of China Central Committee, more than 40,700 incumbent and retired officials, including 229 senior provincial-level leaders, were required to quit their part-time jobs at ...
 CHINAdaily1 month ago Retired officials may expect tighter rules month ago

Vehicle reform warmly welcomed

Twenty years after the launch of government vehicle reform we have finally seen a breakthrough. The main resistance has come from interest groups, who are officials at various levels with power in hand - that's why the determination of the top ...
 CHINAdaily1 month ago
Caixin Online

How Inspection Teams Expose Graft in China

(Beijing) Public officials in small Beijing jurisdictions called "villages" have accepted bribes worth millions of yuan, according to one of the many charges leveled against government and state-run company leaders nationwide by the Communist ...
 Caixin Online1 month ago

China media: Escalating violence in Iraq

Media advise China to not interfere in Iraq, while criticising the US for "creating a mess" in the Middle East. President Barack Obama says the US will send 300 military advisers to Iraq to help fight Islamist-led insurgents. Sunni radical group ...
 BBC2 months ago
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