China has officially launched 50 social media accounts run by internet police to target illegal and harmful online information.
Entries in China Compliance Digest (112)
Song Jian’guo, a former traffic police officer in Beijing, is on trial for receiving 23.9 million yuan ($3.9 million) in bribes in exchange for issuing privileged car license plates to several business tycoons.
China is pushing reforms at public hospitals in the wake of widespread complaints about inadequate healthcare services and corruption related to drug sales.
China’s third-largest mobile carrier China Telecom Corp Ltd punished 31 executives found to have engaged in extravagant banquets and prostitution.
China closed 66 illegal golf courses in its latest efforts to clamp down on corruption and environmental degradation.
China has chosen seven audit firms including PwC, BDO, and Grant Thornton to examine the overseas assets of major state-owned enterprises (SOEs) following an open tender held last month.
Chinese and U.S. officials will meet in August to discuss further cooperation in tracking down corrupt Chinese fugitives who fled with illicit gains.
The president and party chief of China Minsheng Banking Corp, Mao Xiaofeng, has resigned after being investigated by anti-graft authorities.
Fourteen police officers in the southern China city of Shenzhen have been suspended after local media accused them of eating rare and protected salamanders at a seafood restaurant, and beating journalists who tried to expose their luxury dinner.
China’s State Council has released a plan to increase salaries of civil servants amid public expectations that it will help curb corruption.
An official in central China’s Hunan province has been placed under graft probe after an online photo showed him wearing a Louis Vuitton belt.
Twenty-five government officials in Nanyang city in Henan province have been disciplined for accepting gifts from a property developer that hired six HIV carriers to force residents to evacuate their homes for demolition.