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The 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.
China’s official Xinhua News agency marked America's cooperation on China’s overseas anti-graft efforts as an important milestone achieved during President Xi Jinping’s state visit to Washington in late September.
Chinese President Xi Jinping has warned officials not to spend public funds on extravagant banquets or gifts as the Mid-Autumn Festival approaches.
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.
More than 500 Chinese courts have joined Alibaba Group’s popular online shopping platform Taobao to sell confiscated assets of corrupt officials.
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.
The Chinese government has issued a new regulation banning officials and executives of state-owned enterprises (SOE) from taking MBA courses using public funds.
Xu Caihou, the former vice chairman of China's Central Military Commission (CMC), has been expelled from the Communist Party of China (CPC) and his case sent to prosecutors for a court martial, the CPC Central Committee announced on Monday.
The highest-ranking Chinese official since President Xi Jinping launched a massive campaign against corruption was formally removed from his post Wednesday.