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Entries in Liu Tienan (5)


With GSK, China flipped the compliance switch

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.

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Top China planning official admits bribes from Toyota JV and others

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.

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China, Angola bloggers share TI anti-graft award

Transparency International gave its 2013 Integrity Award to Chinese journalist Luo Changping and Angolan human rights activist and journalist Rafael Marques de Morais.

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China mistresses take public revenge (and it’s a good thing)

The latest mistress scandal to tantalize China involves Fan Yue, a deputy director at the State Administration of Archives.

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Corruption is like terrorism, says China journalist  

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.

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