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China Corruption Blotter (December 5, 2014)

Yan Xiuyun, former head of oncology department at Fangshan District Liangxiang Hospital in Beijing, received kickbacks of $119,388 offered by a sales agent from Shanxi Zhendong Pharmaceutical Co Ltd, in return to prescribe the company’s drugs. Yan was sentenced to 10 years and 6 months in jail. http://epaper.jinghua.cn

Wei Lisheng, former deputy secretary-general of Lu’an city government in Anhui province, has been charged with accepting cash and gifts worth over $586,800 offered by property developers including Anhui Tiancheng Construction Ltd and Anhui Shenghong Construction Engineering Ltd. http://newspaper.jcrb.com

Yang Xianjing, former deputy head of the Anhui Provincial Department of Land and Resources, was jailed for life for accepting over $2.7 million in bribes, mostly offered by the chairman of Anhui Dachang Mining Group, Ji Lichang. Yang helped Ji obtain mining permit and protected him from illegal mining penalties, causing a loss of $304 million in state assets. http://www.chinanews.com

Zhenjiang GoldNT Software Co Ltd has been fined $81,772 for offering $261,673 in bribes to government officials in exchange for state funds. The company’s legal representative, only identified as Ding, was exempted from criminal punishment for turning himself in. http://epaper.jinghua.cn

Pan Yinmiao, former head of the propaganda and education division under Beijing Municipal Commission of Population and Family Plannin, was given a 5-year jail term after being found guilty of embezzling $ 22,400 in public funds through inflating conference expenditures. http://epaper.jinghua.cn

Ma Ji, former chairman of Supervisory Board for Key Large State-Owned Enterprises in Ningxia region, was sentenced to 9 years in prison for accepting bribes of $462,392 from 2001 to 2013. http://epaper.legaldaily.com.cn

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

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