With the world media attention focused on the 19th National Congress of Chinese Communist Party (CPC), it is worthwhile to pay attention to the nation-wide roll-out of the new anti-corruption regime of the National Supervision Commission (NSC) and introduction of the national supervision law, as just announced by President Xi during his opening speech.… Continue Reading
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In June this year, the Market Supervision Commission of the Shenzhen Municipality published an instructive standard document named Anti-bribery Management System Shenzhen Standard to help companies and other organizations prevent bribery, and detect and deal with any bribery that does occur.… Continue Reading
In early 2016, a vaccine scandal shocked China as millions of improperly stored vaccines were widely distributed and used.
The affected vaccines had a total market value of RMB 570 million ($88 million).… Continue Reading
With the recent downfall of two more high-level government officials from Beijing and Shanghai, China’s anti-corruption campaign rolled on in 2015. Here are some highlights from the past year.
The crackdown on corrupt high-level government officials spread to all 31 provinces and municipalities directly under the central government.… Continue Reading
The 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.… Continue Reading
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.
During President Xi’s trip, the U.S.… Continue Reading
China’s latest anti-graft target among state-owned enterprises is steelmaker Wuhan Iron and Steel and its former chairman.
Deng Qilin, chairman of the Wuhan Iron and Steel (Group) Corp. until June 2015, is alleged to have committed “serious violations of discipline,” according to news on the website of the Communist Party’s Central Commission for Discipline Inspection (CCDI).… Continue Reading
According to the 2014 Work Report of the top prosecuting auhtority in China, the Supreme People’s Procuratorate (“SPP”), a total of 7,826 individual bribe givers were prosecuted, up 37.9% from the previous year.… Continue Reading
Alibaba group vice president Liu Chunning was taken into custody by Chinese police for corruption and bribery, according to local reports.
Liu was previously a Tencent executive and his arrest was due to report by Tencent, which competes directly in online video area with Alibaba’s film and video business. … Continue Reading