In Shanghai, Payoffs and Planning Go Together
The urban planning process that built China's biggest city has taken down at least three Shanghai officials on bribery charges since 2008.
A court four years ago sentenced to death with a two-year reprieve a former housing administration deputy director named Yin Guoyuan for several crimes including bribery.
Last year, another ex-deputy director at the housing agency named Tao Xiaoxing was sentenced to life for accepting 10.45 million yuan in bribes.
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