Tackling corruption China style


  • Business Premium
  • Saturday, 01 Aug 2015

Zhou Yongkang: Fall of Zhou, one of the top guns facing corroption charges, was a clear indication that the president meant business.

CHINA was notorious for its corrupt officials. But since 2012, when President Xi Jinping embarked on an anti-graft campaign to eradicate the country of corrupt leaders, the results have been gratifying.

Its image has improved as senior party officials to low ranking staff were nabbed.

Article type: metered
User access status: 3
Join our Telegram channel to get our Evening Alerts and breaking news highlights

Business , China , Xi Jinping , Zhou Yongkang

   

Next In Business News

Greenyield secures shareholders’ approval to buy asset in PNG Premium
PDB to open 50 Cafe Mesra by year-end Premium
PwC appoints Nurul A’in as deputy executive chair Premium
FBM KLCI ends at day's low on heavy last-minute selling Premium
Bank Negara's international reserves at US$109bil as at June 30 Premium
Alliance to increase lending, deposit rates effective July 13 Premium
DoSM: Average price of steel bar up 15.9% in June Premium
China unveils plans to spur car demand, may extend EV tax break Premium
Shell boosts oil and gas asset value as refining soars Premium
TNB’s Uniten sets up NEC to boost energy transition Premium

Others Also Read