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China's Coming Crackdown on Healthcare Corruption
April 12, 2016

China's Coming Crackdown on Healthcare Corruption

By Andrew Collier and Vivienne Cheung
China is increasing focused on addressing corruption in its domestic healthcare industry.
Any Luxe Left for China?
April 05, 2016

Any Luxe Left for China?

By Sara Hsu
The corruption crackdown has had repercussions for China’s luxury goods industry.

China’s Leadership Fault Lines: Progress vs. Power
February 15, 2016

China’s Leadership Fault Lines: Progress vs. Power

By Mercy A. Kuo and Angelica O. Tang
Insight from Randal L. Phillips

To Purge or Not to Purge: China’s Anti-Corruption Campaign
February 15, 2016

To Purge or Not to Purge: China’s Anti-Corruption Campaign

By Leo Lin
A new code marks a return to Maoist practices.

Did China’s Anti-Corruption Drive Lead to an 'Intelligence Windfall' for the US?
February 06, 2016

Did China’s Anti-Corruption Drive Lead to an 'Intelligence Windfall' for the US?

By Shannon Tiezzi
Plus, China's biggest deal-maker, aid to Syrian refugees, and the newest propaganda rap hit. Your China links.
It Just Got Harder for Chinese Citizens to Buy US Real Estate
January 30, 2016

It Just Got Harder for Chinese Citizens to Buy US Real Estate

By Shannon Tiezzi
Plus, a bombing in Laos, 'hurting China's feelings,' and the case of the missing booksellers. Friday China links.

China's National Bureau of Statistics Chief Falls Under Corruption Probe
January 27, 2016

China's National Bureau of Statistics Chief Falls Under Corruption Probe

By Bo Zhiyue
Wang Bao'an, the man responsible for China's national GDP growth figures, is under investigation for corruption.
China Vows to Keep up Anti-Corruption Efforts in 2016
January 26, 2016

China Vows to Keep up Anti-Corruption Efforts in 2016

By Shannon Tiezzi
CCDI head Wang Qishan is targeting 3 types of officials for scrutiny in 2016.

China’s Securities Crackdown a Source of Fear
December 09, 2015

China’s Securities Crackdown a Source of Fear

By Sara Hsu
China’s corruption investigations need to be more transparent if markets are to thrive.

A Miracle on the Indus River?
December 07, 2015

A Miracle on the Indus River?

By Ahmad Rashid Malik
The China-Pakistan Economic Corridor has the potential to transform Pakistan’s economy.

China's Anti-Corruption Campaign Marches On
November 14, 2015

China's Anti-Corruption Campaign Marches On

By Bo Zhiyue
Even corrupt officials are loudly voicing support for anti-corruption efforts.
The Downfall of Su Shulin and Its Implications for Chinese Politics
October 13, 2015

The Downfall of Su Shulin and Its Implications for Chinese Politics

By Bo Zhiyue
The downfall of a rising political star sends a strong message to other provincial governors in China.

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