(April 16, 2014) Working Canadians are placing a bet on the Chinese real estate market thanks to the Canada Pension Plan Investment Board that invests their obligatory pension contributions globally.
(May 24, 2013) The iron fist of government controlling China’s electricity sector is not only costing China’s power consumers dearly, it is also the cause of serious distortions in the country’s power markets, says a new study by one of China’s preeminent think tanks.
(January 5, 2006) China is putting its marathon anti-graft crackdown online, launching a Web site for the public to report corrupt officials.
(September 27, 2004) In an unusually blunt message, China’s Communist Party has warned its members that corruption and incompetence could threaten its hold on power.
(September 9, 2004) According to the latest official count, some 4,000 senior Chinese officials and managers of state-owned businesses have fled abroad over the past two decades with as much as $50 billion dollars in embezzled money.
(August 11, 2004) He Kechang, jailed for three years for appealing to top Chinese leaders about corruption in the Three Gorges resettlement operation, has been released and is still struggling on behalf of people uprooted by the dam.
(July 8, 2004) China’s top audit body is to examine Chinese Communist Party (CCP) departments as well as more central government and state-funded institutions after massive and rampant misuse of funds was uncovered, state media said yesterday.
(April 9, 2004) In a rare challenge to China’s courts, some mainland legal experts and journalists are publicly appealing for a retrial of two newspaper editors jailed on corruption charges.
(April 1, 2004) China has agreed to write off debts owed by Afghanistan as part of efforts to shore up relations with its war-torn neighbor, the official Xinhua News Agency reported Thursday.
(March 11, 2004) An important corruption case has been brewing in China since 1995 and is now finally coming to light.
(March 5, 2004) They’ve promised robust economic reform, a better future for the masses and honest, upright government. But the latest generation of Chinese leaders keeps colliding with a problem that won’t go away: People simply don’t trust them.
(January 15, 2004) Beijing’s graft-busting efforts barely scratch the surface.
(November 13, 2002) To understand corruption in modern China and the public’s rising fury, consider the charmed career of Jia Qinglin.
(November 12, 2002) Delegates attending the ongoing 16th National Congress of the Chinese Communist Party (CCP)said the party must improve its work style and fight against corruption so as to govern the country well.
(November 5, 2002) Special anti-corruption measures have ensured the massive Three Gorges dam project has been free of graft and embezzlement since its launch in 1993, according to a senior project manager.