The government yesterday denied corruption activists' accusations that it is blocking an agreement on corporate transparency at the upcoming G20 summit in Brisbane, which President Xi Jinping will attend. Photo: Reuters The government yesterday denied corruption activists' accusations that it is blocking an agreement on corporate transparency at the upcoming G20 summit in Brisbane, which President Xi Jinping will attend. Photo: Reuters
The government yesterday denied corruption activists' accusations that it is blocking an agreement on corporate transparency at the upcoming G20 summit in Brisbane, which President Xi Jinping will attend. Photo: Reuters

Beijing denies blocking G20 graft initiative on shell companies and hidden assets

Government rejects claim it is obstructing proposals on shell companies and hiding assets

The government yesterday denied corruption activists' accusations that it is blocking an agreement on corporate transparency at the upcoming G20 summit in Brisbane, which President Xi Jinping will attend. Photo: Reuters The government yesterday denied corruption activists' accusations that it is blocking an agreement on corporate transparency at the upcoming G20 summit in Brisbane, which President Xi Jinping will attend. Photo: Reuters
The government yesterday denied corruption activists' accusations that it is blocking an agreement on corporate transparency at the upcoming G20 summit in Brisbane, which President Xi Jinping will attend. Photo: Reuters
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