China's Anti-Graft Drive Supports Resilient GrowthGuest Post
China's Anti-Graft Drive Supports Resilient Growth by Dan Steinbock
As China's anti-corruption drive is expanding from the public and corporate sector to financial institutions, some argue that it is hurting economic growth. In reality, it is the rule of law that can ensure China's resilient growth.
On taking office, top leader Xi Jinping vowed to crack down on “tigers and flies”, corrupt senior and lower-level officials. Over the past three years the anti-corruption campaign has been executed under the direction of the Central Commission for Discipline Inspection and its . . .
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