Chief graft-buster Wang Qishan (second from right) said this year''s first round of disciplinary inspections would focus on 26 centrally run businesses. All are on the Fortune Global 500 list. Photo: Xinhua Chief graft-buster Wang Qishan (second from right) said this year''s first round of disciplinary inspections would focus on 26 centrally run businesses. All are on the Fortune Global 500 list. Photo: Xinhua
Chief graft-buster Wang Qishan (second from right) said this year''s first round of disciplinary inspections would focus on 26 centrally run businesses. All are on the Fortune Global 500 list. Photo: Xinhua

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Chief graft-buster Wang Qishan (second from right) said this year''s first round of disciplinary inspections would focus on 26 centrally run businesses. All are on the Fortune Global 500 list. Photo: Xinhua Chief graft-buster Wang Qishan (second from right) said this year''s first round of disciplinary inspections would focus on 26 centrally run businesses. All are on the Fortune Global 500 list. Photo: Xinhua
Chief graft-buster Wang Qishan (second from right) said this year''s first round of disciplinary inspections would focus on 26 centrally run businesses. All are on the Fortune Global 500 list. Photo: Xinhua
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