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Entries in Central Commission for Discipline Inspection (10)

Monday
Dec282015

Jerry Fang: China enforcement review 2015

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.

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Monday
Oct192015

Jerry Fang's scoreboard: Tigers falling fast in anti-graft campaign

China President Xi JinpingThe 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.

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Tuesday
Nov252014

FAW-Volkswagen fires its Mad Men

FAW-Volkswagen Automotive Co Ltd, a joint venture of China’s state carmaker FAW Group Corp and Volkswagen AG, has stopped delaing with 19 public relations firms and advertising agencies in the wake of massive corruption uncovered at the group.

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Wednesday
Jul302014

China launches formal investigation of ex-security chief Zhou Yongkang

China's state-run Xinhua news agency said Tuesday that former security chief Zhou Yongkang is being investigated for suspected "serious disciplinary violations."

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Wednesday
Jun182014

China wonders if ‘House of Cards’ is real

The inspection unit of China’s Communist Party published an article this week that "appeared to argue fiction is fact" on the television drama House of Cards, the Wall Street Journal reported Tuesday.

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Wednesday
Jun182014

Ex-COSCO boss facing graft charges 

Xu Minjie, the former deputy general manager of China’s state-owned shipping giant China Ocean Shipping Group Co. (COSCO), has been expelled from the communist party while awaiting corruption charges, in a sign that China’s anti-graft campaign has spread into the shipping industry.

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Monday
Apr212014

China Resources chairman fired in graft scandal

Song Lin, the chairman of state-controlled China Resources, was fired Sunday for "suspected serious violations of discipline and law violations."

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Thursday
Feb132014

China's 'naked officials' are targets of crackdown

The communist party’s anti-corruption watchdog – the Central Commission for Discipline Inspection (CCDI) – has vowed, once again, to hunt corrupt officials who flee the country and to scrutinize “naked officials” in a drive to crack down on top-level corruption.

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Friday
Dec062013

China reigning in feared Shuanggui detentions 

The Communist Party is considering scaling back its problematic shuanggui system, a move which will improve its standing among human rights groups. Anti-corruption experts met with the country’s top prosecutors immediately after the Third Plenum meetings earlier this month to discuss reforms to the contentious system.

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Monday
Nov252013

A year on in China: New leadership and its impact on anti-corruption enforcement

Last November, I wrote a post analyzing how the leadership transition in China’s Communist Party might affect anti-corruption enforcement in that country and offering a few observations and predictions. The most recent Central Committee meeting of the Party, held in mid-November in Beijing, provides an opportunity to see how those predictions have borne out.

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