GlaxoSmithKline PLC (GSK) may well be a watershed in the global fight against bribery and corruption. Behavior and conduct, which was illegal under Chinese law but previously tolerated and even accepted by Chinese government officials, quickly became a quagmire that the company was caught in when charges of corruption were leveled against them last year.… Continue Reading
Posts Tagged: Liu Tienan
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.
Liu Tienan, 59, was once deputy head of the National Development and Reform Commission (NDRC).… Continue Reading
Transparency International gave its 2013 Integrity Award to Chinese journalist Luo Changping and Angolan human rights activist and journalist Rafael Marques de Morais.
The award was launched in 2000 to honor journalists, government officials, and civil society leaders who act on the belief that corruption can be challenged.… Continue Reading
The latest mistress scandal to tantalize China involves Fan Yue, a deputy director at the State Administration of Archives.
His 26-year-old mistress, Ji Yingnan, posted pictures of them online (including the photo, left).… Continue Reading
According to China’s anti-corruption man of the hour, journalist Luo Changping (pictured), economic reforms won’t be enough to curb the country’s corruption pandemic.
His new book examines 120 corruption cases involving high-profile Chinese officials.… Continue Reading