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Entries in Xi Jinping (29)


Ethisphere honors for Richard Bistrong

Our contributing editor Richard Bistrong was named one of Ethisphere's 100 Most Influential in Business Ethics for 2015.

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Jerry Fang's scoreboard: Tigers falling fast in anti-graft campaign

China President Xi JinpingThe Central Commission for Discipline Inspection of the Chinese Communist Party announced at midnight on October 7 on its website that the governor of Fujian Province, Su Shulin, was under investigation for alleged corruption.

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Jerry Fang on the breakthrough: United States no longer a safe haven for China graft fugitives

China’s official Xinhua News agency marked America's cooperation on China’s overseas anti-graft efforts as an important milestone achieved during President Xi Jinping’s state visit to Washington in late September.

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China graft busters on alert for pricey mooncakes

Chinese President Xi Jinping has warned officials not to spend public funds on extravagant banquets or gifts as the Mid-Autumn Festival approaches.

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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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Will a pay raise keep the Mandarins honest?

China’s State Council has released a plan to increase salaries of civil servants amid public expectations that it will help curb corruption.

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China courts use Taobao to auction assets of corrupt officials

More than 500 Chinese courts have joined Alibaba Group’s popular online shopping platform Taobao to sell confiscated assets of corrupt officials.

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Top China planning official admits bribes from Toyota JV and others

A former top official in China's powerful central planning agency confessed in court Wednesday to taking bribes from various companies, including a Toyota Motor Corporation joint venture.

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China graft war hits MBA candidates

The Auditorium at Tsinghua University (Image courtesy of Tsinghua University)The Chinese government has issued a new regulation banning officials and executives of state-owned enterprises (SOE) from taking MBA courses using public funds.

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China launches formal investigation of ex-security chief Zhou Yongkang

China's state-run Xinhua news agency said Tuesday that former security chief Zhou Yongkang is being investigated for suspected "serious disciplinary violations."

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China to try another political figure as President Xi's anti-corruption campaign continues

General Xu Caihou, courtesy of WikipediaXu Caihou, the former vice chairman of China's Central Military Commission (CMC), has been expelled from the Communist Party of China (CPC) and his case sent to prosecutors for a court martial, the CPC Central Committee announced on Monday. 

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Biggest ‘Tiger’ so far falls in China anti-graft sweep 

Su Rong, former vice-chairman of the Chinese People's Political Consultative Conference National Committee, courtesy of WikipediaThe highest-ranking Chinese official since President Xi Jinping launched a massive campaign against corruption was formally removed from his post Wednesday.

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