Stalled by Scandal, Rail Reform Back on Track
(Beijing) – The Communist Party recently expelled former railways chief Liu Zhijun for disciplinary violations and handed the case to judicial authorities for a criminal trial.
The progress for Liu's prosecutors parallels efforts to speed up financial and operation reforms at the Ministry of Railways, which runs the nation's network of passenger and freight lines, track construction companies and train manufacturing.
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