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Entries in China Compliance Digest (112)

Tuesday
Apr082014

Anti-graft drive tarnishes Mandarins’ golden rice bowl

The number of people taking civil service exams in China has dropped this year amid reforms to streamline government agencies and crackdown on corruption.

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Thursday
Apr032014

More China Mobile execs investigated for graft 

Three senior executives from state telecom carrier China Mobile Ltd at its Hebei subsidiary are under investigation for corruption.

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Thursday
Mar272014

Holiday gift list from China Coal Energy goes public

Image courtesy of China Coal EnergyDiscipline authorities in north-central China’s Shanxi province have launched an investigation into a subsidiary of China Coal Energy Company Limited, following allegations it offered gifts and cash worth 1.63 million yuan ($263,098) to local government officials during the Mid-Autumn Festival last year.

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Wednesday
Mar192014

China graft-busters deliver annual reports 

China’s top prosecutor Cao JianmingChina’s top prosecutor Cao Jianming and Chief justice Zhou Qiang delivered work reports to the National People’s Congress during the annual parliamentary session, highlighting anti-corruption achievements in 2013 and outlining this year’s planned actions.

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Tuesday
Mar112014

China law change would blacklist work safety offenders

First reponders at the scene of the Sinopec pipeline explosion last yearChina’s lawmakers have reviewed a draft amendment to the workplace safety law that will increase oversight, impose harsher punishment, and slap a ban on new projects for offenders.

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Thursday
Mar062014

China prosecutors link food-safety, graft

Prosecutors will clamp down on corruption and dereliction of duty linked to food safety issues, China’s Supreme People’s Prosecutor (SPP) said at a press conference.

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Thursday
Feb272014

Prostitution crackdown in China's 'Sin City' exposes graft

Image courtesy of CCTVAuthorities are clamping down on corrupt police officers offering protection to sex workers in southern China’s “sin city” of Dongguan.

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Monday
Feb102014

China closes private clubs in public parks

Several regional authorities have issued cease and desist orders to private clubs and high-end restaurants dining venues in public parks and cultural sites.

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Friday
Dec062013

China reigning in feared Shuanggui detentions 

The Communist Party is considering scaling back its problematic shuanggui system, a move which will improve its standing among human rights groups. Anti-corruption experts met with the country’s top prosecutors immediately after the Third Plenum meetings earlier this month to discuss reforms to the contentious system.

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Monday
Nov042013

China regulators sweep capital markets

At least fifty Chinese listed companies were placed under investigation or punished for fraud last month as the country’s financial regulators intensified a crackdown on irregularities in the local capital market.

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Wednesday
Sep252013

In Japan, arrest at Toyota supplier for China bribes

A senior executive from a major parts supplier of Toyota has been arrested in Japan for violating that country's Unfair Competition Prevention Law.

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Tuesday
Aug062013

China’s Disappeared Tycoons

Wealthy businessmen implicated in corrupt activity involving government officials are disappearing mysteriously in China’s Sichuan Province. Since last August, eight business tycoons have disappeared after allegations about their corrupt activity surfaced.

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