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The China Anti-Corruption Handbook just got bigger and better

You can now pre-order the second edition of the China Anti-Corruption Handbook, which is set for an early June release.

Much has changed in China since publication of the first edition in September last year.

A once-a-decade leadership transition radically altered the anti-corruption landscape, provoking a flurry of new enforcement actions overseen by president Xi Jinping and anti-graft czar Wang Qishan.

The new edition of the handbook reflects the recent shift with an expanded province-by-province breakdown, entries on new FCPA enforcement actions and ongoing investigations, and revised analyses of Beijing's corruption-fighting agencies.

It's the most detailed study ever produced of anti-corruption enforcement involving China, made current through Q2 2013.

Pre-order customers receive a 33% discount. And the first 50 to pre-order will get an annual subscription to the weekly e-newsletter China Compliance Digest ($1,250 value), at no extra charge.

Feel free to contact me if you have any questions about the handbook. You can also view a PDF sample.