The Communist Party’s top anti-corruption watchdog and other party and state agencies released a joint document on bribery. Photo: Shutterstock The Communist Party’s top anti-corruption watchdog and other party and state agencies released a joint document on bribery. Photo: Shutterstock
The Communist Party’s top anti-corruption watchdog and other party and state agencies released a joint document on bribery. Photo: Shutterstock

China’s corruption busters signal they plan to make bribe givers pay

  • Joint document outlines plans to crack down on bribers as well as bribe-takers
  • Punishments could include restrictions on market entry and adding offenders to a blacklist

Topic |   Corruption in China
The Communist Party’s top anti-corruption watchdog and other party and state agencies released a joint document on bribery. Photo: Shutterstock The Communist Party’s top anti-corruption watchdog and other party and state agencies released a joint document on bribery. Photo: Shutterstock
The Communist Party’s top anti-corruption watchdog and other party and state agencies released a joint document on bribery. Photo: Shutterstock
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