China Begins to Watch Out

Poster:Post date:2011-09-29
Issue:(China’s Economic and Social Developments)
( Clarissa Sebag-Montefiore ) (Inter Press Service, Sep. 29, 2011) The government is leading a high-profile campaign against corruption amid growing public frustration. But despite the crackdown, bribery and graft are still widespread in massive state-run corporations, with a lack of free media or independent courts paving the way for abuse. 
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