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Zhang Shuguang, a former deputy chief engineer of the now dissolved Ministry of Railways facing 13 corruption charges, testified last week
As the erasure of Bo Xilai’s legacy continues and his trial for bribery, embezzlement and abuse of power looms, Benjamin Kang Lim and Ben
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Before President Xi Jinping assumed power in March, he promised to crack down on corruption at all levels of the Chinese government. Since then,
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