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The US mulls cyber-espionage crackdown and China targets drug traffickers

Packages of heroin seized at customs publicly incinerated in Guangdong, June 25, 2010. (Photo: Xinhua)


Financial Times

The US seeks a crackdown on cyber-espionage.

Beijing Times*

Friday, 29 March, 2013, 6:47am

Two sides of the Communist Party's Central Party School

James Murdoch at the Central Party School in Beijing, 2003. Photo: Reuters

Two recent articles look at the role the institution plays, both for attendees' careers and beyond China's borders

16 Oct 2012 - 11:17am

Anti-graft watchdog must be free of local influence, says party school

The Communist Party should establish an independent anti-graft body answerable only to the central leadership in order to better fight corruption, a publication run by the Central Party School said.

26 Jan 2007 - 12:00am

Taking care of business at Central Party School

Though the courses do not count towards an MBA, businesspeople are beating down the door of Liu Jianjun to hear his ideas.

The chairman of a Guangdong business consulting company is offering entrepreneurs the chance to spend six days learning from the leading lights at the Central Party School, the training ground for the country's civil servants.

24 Apr 2006 - 12:00am

Many rural pupils cheated of their right to schooling

Survey finds counties struggling to fund nine years of compulsory education

A large number of students in rural areas have been denied proper schooling despite pledges by government leaders to provide nine years of compulsory education, a study has found.

15 Jan 2005 - 12:00am

Income gap, disorder are cadres' top concerns

The income gap and social disorder are the main problems concerning Communist Party officials, according to an annual survey conducted by the Central Party School.

30 Nov 2004 - 12:00am

Political reform cadres' main aim

Political reform topped the list of concerns for medium to high-ranking cadres in a study by the Central Party School.

Cadres also suggested that separating party and government functions was the key to effective political reform.

The reform call came ahead of the 16th Party Congress this autumn, when a major reshuffle in the Chinese leadership is expected.

5 Feb 2002 - 12:00am