Sichuan Star Falls on Finance Charge
[2008-11-07]
Xie Bing was a model businesswoman until she was charged with illegal, high-interest borrowing from the public.
Obama's China Policy: More of the Same?
[2008-11-05]
Precisely how president-elect Barack Obama will shape U.S. policy toward China remains unclear in many respects.
Death Verdict for a Beijing Bribery Career
[2008-11-04]
Liu Zhihua had a hand in Beijing projects from a museum to Olympics venues while developers greased his palm.
Politics & Law Oct. 27 to 31
[2008-11-01]
Politics & Law Oct. 27 to 31: Vice-president of Supreme Court under Detention, Former Beijing Vice-Mayor Appealed, SAIC Official Down, Enterprises State-assets Law and more
City Image Building Lines Official Pockets
[2008-10-30]
By relocating Loudi’s city government offices to a grand, new building, local officials apparently won easy access to bribes.
Shenzhen Bank Traces Losses to Gambler
[2008-10-29]
A bank executive with cash access allegedly skimmed off 30 million yuan over four years to feed a gambling habit.
Graft Probe Targets Supreme Court Justice
[2008-10-29]
In a probe that started with a Guangdong judge, party inspectors have detained the ex-vice president of China’s highest court.
Three Legislators Lose Status
[2008-10-28]
Two entrepreneurs and one official have lost their status in the National People's Congress.
Senior SAIC Official Arrested
[2008-10-28]
Authorities recently detained Liu Wei, a high-level official with connections to foreign investment oversight.
Riot in Jiangxi Over Forest Land Use
[2008-10-27]
A rash of skirmishes between villagers and a lumber company’s guards has left eleven locals and three police officers injured.
Politics & Law Oct. 20 to 24
[2008-10-24]
Politics & Law Oct. 20 to 24: Officials 'disappear', Inspectors suspended, milk victims, former finance minister, promotion policy, eigth terrorists named
Officials Sought for Overstays in France
[2008-10-24]
Suspicions of corruption are swirling around two officials from Shanghai and Wenzhou who failed to return from France.
Probe Reveals Cover-Ups in Mining Accident
[2008-10-24]
Eighteen officials have been arrested so far as government investigators look deeper into a months-old mining accident in Hebei Province.
Breaking the Bribery Cycle in Chongqing
[2008-10-23]
A probe into Chongqing development corruption is in its second year, bringing more names and details to the surface.
Opinion: Helping Developing Countries Reap the Benefits of Trade
[2008-10-22]
We must galvanize our efforts and ensure that the deal discussed at the Doha Round is pursued to its conclusion.
New Seeds of Hope for Land-Use Reform
[2008-10-17]
The central government is once again turning its attention to rural land reform. China's 800 million farmers are waiting.
CNTIEC Official Held for Nuclear Bid Leaks
[2008-10-14]
President of CNTIEC Jiang Xinsheng has been detained on allegations that he disclosed privileged information to a French nuclear company.
Trail for Beijing's Former Vice Major
[2008-10-14]
The former vice mayor of Beijing began trial October 14 on charges of corruption and abuse of power.
Spilling the Blame for China's Milk Crisis
[2008-10-10]
Unscrupulous business practices, supervisory holes and reporting delays contributed to China’s worst dairy disaster.
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