Sino-File

Everlasting struggle

“This is just the beginning. All these efforts have gained the support of the general public”

China's new Politburo Standing Committee member Wang Qishan meets the press in Beijing

Wang Qishan

Anti-graft tsar Wang Qishan notes his campaign against corruption will “never be concluded”, according to Xinhua. In fact, it is going cross-border. The Sydney Morning Herald reported last week that Australian police have agreed to assist with the extradition and seizure of assets of corrupt Chinese who flee to the Antipodes. A joint Sino-Australian operation is expected in the coming weeks.


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