Tigers and Flies: Progress in China’s Anti-Corruption Campaign

April 9, 2015 EcoVadis

Corruption is a topic that always grabs headlines when discovered, and can tarnish country and company reputations. This week we turn our attention to a new white paper from the EcoVadis analyst team that examines the topic of anti-corruption in China.

After taking office in November 2012, Xi Jinping signaled that anti-corruption would be one of the themes of his tenure. Since then, his anti-graft campaign has grown into one of the largest campaigns against corruption in China’s modern history. This paper highlights some of the notable stats and events, and provides a view of this country-wide anti-graft campaign and its results.

Click here to access the paper “Anti-Corruption Campaign in China: The Unending Hunt For Tigers and Flies” in our library

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