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Entries in China Compliance Digest (112)


China whistleblower alleges billion-dollar fraud

On July 17, Wang Wenzhi, chief correspondent at the Economic Information Daily, used his verified Weibo account to expose the Chairman of state-owned China Resources Holdings, also known as Huarun Group, for allegedly stealing state-owned assets worth billions of Yuan.

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GSK China probe shows limits of due diligence

As the GlaxoSmithKline bribery investigation widens, it will soon engulf hundreds of third parties across China, accused of being conduits for bribe paying.

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Is corruption behind China firetraps?

In what has been called China’s deadliest industrial accident in five years, at least 120 people were killed and 77 injured in a June fire at a poultry processing plant in Jilin Province.

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SEC targets China issuers

The U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission has charged the now-defunct China-based advertising company, China MediaExpress, with fraud and misleading investors. The company and its CEO, Zheng Cheng, are accused of massively overstating values of cash balances to the SEC by up to 40,000 percent.

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Lifting the Veil on Zhejiang’s 'Cancer Villages'

Within Zhejiang, one of China’s most prosperous provinces, some towns report that spiking cancer rates linked to water pollution have destroyed locals’ way of life.

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China Corruption Blotter (June 14, 2013)

Peng Yaohua, former Huangshi (Hubei Province) deputy secretary-general, was sentenced to eight years for taking up to $139,544 in bribes and embezzled funds. Peng reportedly colluded with more than ten developers including Hubei Tonghui Investment Co. Ltd., Meidao Ruisheng Property Co. Ltd., and Huangshi Wenxin Property Company. His mistress, surnamed Dong, was sentenced to ten and a half years for profiting from Peng’s corruption.

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Last chance to pre-order the China Anti-Corruption Handbook

Today marks your last chance to pre-order the Q2 2013 edition of the China Anti-Corruption Handbook.

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What happens when the 'World’s Cleanest Country' courts business from China?

Politicians and journalists in New Zealand are concerned their country’s squeaky clean reputation may be damaged by dealings with China.

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China court 'execution officials' on the take

Court officials tasked with carrying out sentences and managing auctions of confiscated assets are “prone to corruption and bribery,” according to Caijing magazine’s recent evaluation of corruption in China’s courts.

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Corruption is like terrorism, says China journalist  

According to China’s anti-corruption man of the hour, journalist Luo Changping (pictured), economic reforms won’t be enough to curb the country’s corruption pandemic.

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Resource reminder: The China Anti-Corruption Handbook (2nd Edition)

Pre-order the second edition of the China Anti-Corruption Handbook and receive a 33% discount.

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Pharmas use conferences to buy influence with docs, lawyer says

Covidien’s chief Asia-Pacific compliance counsel Jessie Yap recently said most healthcare firms in Asia sponsor doctors to attend conferences, a practice Yap said influences purchasing decisions “significantly.”

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