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Tightening Rules on Power
Although China still has a long way to go in its fight against corruption, the situation will very likely continue improving, with constant progress in the country's anti-corruption legislation and institutions
A Long-Way Campaign
On January 9-11, the 17th Central Commission for Discipline Inspection (CCDI) of the Communist Party of China (CPC) made an overall arrangement for the Party's anti-corruption work in 2011 at its sixth plenary session, stressing to address problems the public complains about most
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Irritating Spending
More regulations and transparent government data may be needed to check public money squandering during government purchases
White Paper: China's Efforts to Combat Corruption and Build a Clean Government
Corruption is a socio-historical phenomenon, an inveterate global ailment and an issue of great concern to the general public. It is the firm stance of the Communist Party of China (CPC) and the Chinese Government to combat corruption and build a clean government
2010 Facts and Figures
- A total of 5,098 officials at the county head level or above were punished and 804 officials were referred for prosecution.

- To supervise the implementation of the 4-trillion-yuan ($586 billion) economic stimulation package, the CCDI sent 24 inspection teams to carry out five rounds of checks on 6,091 projects.
- Can an 'Honesty Fund' Guarantee Honesty?
- Are Numeric Targets Suitable for Anti-corruption Work?
- Should Property Declaration Be Selective?
- Is It Acceptable to Secretly Check and Report Officials?
- Do Netizen Representatives Deserve a Seat in the Legislature?
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