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China's second round of anti-corruption probe reports feedback

02-26-2014 02:59 BJT

The Commission for Discipline Inspection of the CPC Central Committee has reported part of the results of its second round of inspections on government institutions and companies across the country. The anti-graft probe was launched in October and November last year.

Ten teams were sent during the second round of inspection, and by Monday night, six teams had reported their findings. In the reports, the Ministry of Commerce and the China Three Gorges Corporation have attracted significant attention. The Ministry of Commerce was found with sub-bodies and individuals profiting from administrative approvals. Reports also charged that forums held by the ministry have been too extravagant.

Meanwhile, the China Three Gorges Corporation was found to be engaging in "black box operations" during biddings, maintaining oversized office space, spending excessively, and having a lack of management monitoring personnel. The Commission for Discipline Inspection also said it will increase its regular inspections to three times a year, and expand to target more state-owned enterprises and public institutions.

Editor:James |Source: CCTV.com

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