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Entries in South China Morning Post (8)

Wednesday
Apr182018

Report: ZTE removes compliance chief after admitting lies to U.S. authorities

ZTE replaced its chief compliance officer after it admitted to the U.S. government in March that it made false statements about meeting the requirements of a settlement agreement.

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Friday
Jan122018

Does the U.S. play politics with the FCPA?

The arrest of Hong Kong's former home secretary, Patrick Ho, for allegedly bribing Africa officials on behalf of a Chinese energy company, has triggered accusations that America uses FCPA enforcement to promote a political agenda.

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Tuesday
Jan092018

Former Hong Kong official pleads not guilty, denied bail

The former Hong Kong home secretary indicted for allegedly bribing Africa officials on behalf of a Chinese energy company pleaded not guilty Monday.

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Tuesday
Jun032014

Twenty five years after Tiananmen Square, China high rollers fill global casinos

What fanned the flames of opposition in 1989 was not so much the desire for democracy as outrage at official corruption. On this score, the party has not done so well.

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Tuesday
Oct152013

Once-loved princelings feel the heat

Suddenly there's lots of buzz about China's princelings -- the children of top officials who enjoy vast privileges in education, work, and business.

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Monday
Sep302013

China strike teams find sleaze . . . everywhere

Four months ago, China's anticorruption czar Wang Qishan sent ten team across the country on surprise inspections. They uncovered graft nearly everywhere they went.

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Thursday
Sep052013

China graft joins the mile high club

Image courtesy of WikipediaAnother high-flying China official has been indicted for taking bribes.

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Sunday
Sep012013

China's feared ex-security chief facing graft investigation

Zhou Yongkang, one of the most powerful politicians in China for the past ten years, is the target of an investigation into corruption.

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