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Thomas Fox
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Voices Against Corruption

Corruption is not a small problem in Egypt and, in fact, threatens to undermine the state. The finance committee of the Egyptian parliament’s upper house, the Shura Council, confirmed this in a recently released report that has reportedly “created a firestorm.” In it, committee members conclude that corruption is the “main reason” for Egypt’s worsening […]

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China Corruption Blotter (June 14, 2013)

Peng Yaohua, former Huangshi (Hubei Province) deputy secretary-general, was sentenced to eight years for taking up to $139,544 in bribes and embezzled funds. Peng reportedly colluded with more than ten developers including Hubei Tonghui Investment Co. Ltd., Meidao Ruisheng Property Co. Ltd., and Huangshi Wenxin Property Company. His mistress, surnamed Dong, was sentenced to ten and […]

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China Corruption Blotter (July 12, 2013)

Meng Jiangtao, a former Dean at the Beijing University of Aeronautics and Astronautics, was sentenced to ten years for misappropriating $386,396 and embezzling $43,970 when he cleaned out a research fund and forged signatures to make claims from the school. He confessed to the crimes after a school accountant discovered the financial irregularities. http://www.chinadaily.com.cn Gao […]

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China Corruption Blotter (May 24, 2013)

[…] In separate cases, Hu Liangbing and Chen Yi, former managers of local PetroChina sales offices in Jiangxi Province, were sentenced to 7 and a half years and 6 and a half years respectively for corruption. Hu was charged with accepting $536,250 in bribes from at least four Ji’an PetroChina gas stations to assist them […]

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Senate Investigators Find Failed Compliance At HSBC

[…] ‘X list’ countries and persons. From at least 2001 to 2007, two HSBC affiliates, HSBC Europe (HBEU) and HSBC Middle East (HBME), repeatedly sent transactions through HBUS without disclosing links to Iran. HBEU systematically altered transaction information to strip out any reference to Iran and characterized the transfers as between banks in approved jurisdictions. […]

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The ISDC’s latest debarment report to Congress raises more questions than it answers

[…] pre-notice letters (“show cause” letters) or administrative agreements? After all, these are additional tools in a Suspension & Debarment Official’s (SDO’s) toolbox that help protect the government without triggering the drastic consequences of suspension or debarment. Here is the ISDC’s chart from the FY 2019 report: Now here are my charts: Although the decline […]

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China Corruption Blotter (December 6, 2013)

Liu Bokun, former chairman of Xinjiang Shenhua Mining Co. Ltd., was sentenced to 20 years in prison for embezzling $1.1 million, misappropriating $4.5 million in public funds and accepting bribes worth $249,278. Liu gave out personal loans using the misappropriated public funds and handed out illegal mining permits to private investors in exchange for bribes. […]

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China Corruption Blotter (March 13, 2015)

Li Xiaoming, chairman of Hubei Renxin Real Estate Development Co Ltd and a delegate to the 12th Hubei Provincial People’s Congress, is being investigated for paying bribes to several government officials including Deng Dimin, former head of the Jingzhou City Urban and Rural Planning Bureau, in exchange for land use permits. http://www.eeo.com.cn

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China Corruption Blotter (January 8, 2014)

[…] a lenient sentence. http://news.xinhuanet.com The Central Commission for Discipline Inspection is investigating Dai Chunning, vice president of China Export and Credit Insurance Corporation, for serious discipline violations, without giving further details. Sources said that Dai may have committed crimes during his term at the Export-Import Bank of China where he managed loans for major projects […]

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