Posts Tagged: Liu Zhijun
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
Zhang Xinhua, the manger of Guangzhou-based Baiyun Nonggongshang United Co Ltd, is under investigation for accepting nearly $16 million in bribes and embezzling state assets worth $39 million. He allegedly sold state land and property to private investors in exchange for the bribes.… Continue Reading
The SEC is investigating whether JP Morgan Chase violated the FCPA by hiring two children of Chinese officials to win business.
The New York Times reported Saturday that the investment bank hired the son of the chairman of the China Everbright Group, a China state-controlled conglomerate, and won business from the group that included a stock offering by a subsidiary.… Continue Reading
A Beijing court has given China’s former railways minister a two-year suspended death sentence for bribery and abuse of power for his role in a huge corruption scandal.
The official Xinhua news agency said the court also ruled Monday that Liu Zhijun, left, would lose all his personal property and be deprived of political rights for life.… Continue Reading
China’s former railways minister has gone on trial for bribery and abuse of power.
Liu Zhijun was fired from his post in 2011 for unspecified “severe violations” of discipline. State media had previously accused him of taking large bribes and illegally awarding contracts to associates.… Continue Reading
An investigation spanning more than two years culminated last week in official corruption charges against former railways minister Liu Zhijun (pictured).
During Liu’s eight-year tenure, he presided over the fast-paced development of China’s high-speed railway system.… Continue Reading
Xu Yusho, one of the richest people in China, has been arrested on suspicion of paying bribes to win lucrative contracts with the Ministry of Railways.
Xu’s company Invengo Information Technology was contracted to provide the ministry with radio frequency ID tags and readers.… Continue Reading
Editor’s note: The FCPA Blog’s senior journalist Chua Guan Cheong is in Beijing covering the 18th National Congress, which began on November 8.
Ai Ping is the vice minister of the Chinese Communist Party’s Central Committee International Department.… Continue Reading