Taking on Corruption in Booming Chongqing

BBC reports on and his fight against entrenched in Chongqing:

The man behind the crackdown is a national politician, Chongqing’s Communist Party secretary Bo Xilai.

Mr Bo, tough, sophisticated and ambitious, comes from the Communist aristocracy – his father was one of Mao Zedong’s leading comrades.

Many see Bo Xilai as a potential future national leader

Yet Mr Bo is very much an example of the new China – he dresses superbly and sent his son to Britain to be educated at Harrow – one of the most famous and expensive private schools – and latterly at Oxford University.

In his efforts to stamp out corruption in Chongqing, Mr Bo has attracted accusations that he uses some highly questionable methods.

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