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Entries in Shenzhen (5)

Thursday
Jan182018

Dale Ko: Shenzhen awards first ISO 37001 certificate

In November the Shenzhen Institute of Standards and Technology awarded the first ISO 37001 Anti-Bribery Management System certificate in China, an important milestone in the country's persistent fight against corruption.

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Tuesday
Jan262016

We ask: Who could have saved the hoverboard?

Back to the Future predicted we'd have hoverboards in 2015, and it happened. But in the same year, the hoverboard industry crashed and burned. Was this an industrial catastrophe that Compliance 2.0 could have foreseen and prevented?

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Thursday
Feb052015

China police feast on endangered salamanders, beat up reporters who saw them

Fourteen police officers in the southern China city of Shenzhen have been suspended after local media accused them of eating rare and protected salamanders at a seafood restaurant, and beating journalists who tried to expose their luxury dinner.

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Thursday
Sep112014

Huawei confronts its ‘biggest challenge’ -- internal graft

Image courtesy of HuaweiChina’s biggest telecommunications equipment maker has investigated 116 employees and turned four over to prosecutors for alleged graft.

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Thursday
Aug212014

Deutsche Bank sues former senior executive over Hong Kong money transfer

Image courtesy of Deutsche BankDeutsche Bank AG has filed a lawsuit against its former employee Zhang Hongli, also known as Lee Zhang, for transferring $3.9 million to a bank account in Shenzhen.

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