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China Corruption Blotter (November 14, 2014)

Hu Chuandao, the deputy general manager of Anhui Television Broadcasts and Media Group, has been sacked from his position and expelled from the party for accepting bribes to seek benefits for others. His case has been sent to prosecutors for criminal charges.

Former vice governor of Anhui Province, Ni Fake, has been indicted for taking bribes and holding a large amount of unidentified assets. The case has been filed at the Dongying Intermediate People’s Court.

Luo Shiliang, general manager of Sichuan Shicheng Engineering Consulting Co Ltd, has been sentenced to 2.5 years in prison for paying bribes on behalf of the company. Luo offered $89,950 in kickbacks to Zhang Jinsong, former chief of Chaotian district Transportation Bureau in Guangyuan city, in exchange for transportation engineering projects. The company has been fined $24,530.

Qian Zhimin, former head of Construction Management Division of Jiangxi provincial Transportation Department, was sentenced to 12 years for accepting bribes worth $150,122 offered by highway construction companies. Qian was also guilty of bribing the department’s former head Xu Runlong with $65,418 in order to be promoted.

Zhang Xiongjie, legal representative and general manager of Jiangsu Sainty Overseas Tourist Co Ltd, was tried for embezzling nearly $12 million in company funds. Two of the company’s deputy general managers stood trial along with Zhang for conspiracy to commit the crime.

Tao Liming, former president of the Postal Savings Bank of China, stood trial on charges of bribe-taking and embezzlement of bank funds. Tao accepted nearly $3.9 million to favor briber-givers in job promotions and bank financing. Tao’s former subordinates Li Chuntai and Sun Lina were tried along with him for participation in the embezzlement scheme involving $55.6 million.


Hui Zhi is the Senior Manager for Content with the China Compliance Digest.

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