The nation’s top anti-corruption official, Wang Zhenchuan, describes fast-moving legal developments that turned party policy into state law, expanded rules on bribery schemes to include mistresses, and ended the life of a former drug czar.
Combining market principles with a desire to promote progress in Africa, the Beijing government’s China Development Bank has patterned its huge China-Africa Development Fund after private equity funds.
The central government has conducted a major inspection of local efforts to meet energy efficiency and emissions targets. The results were disappointing. Will plans to further tighten controls be effective?
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