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08.14.2012 18:51

How Dangerous Liaisons Led to Massive Corruption

An inquiry into former railways minister Liu Zhijun has yielded a document that exposes the evolution of a complicated web of graft
By staff reporters Wang Chen, Gu Yongqiang and Yu Ning
 
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Liu Zhijun at a ceremony for the debut of the CRH380A bullet train in May 2010, in Changchun, Jilin Province


(Beijing)– A graft investigation into former railways minister Liu Zhijun that started in February 2011 has concluded with the ministry issuing a document on August 3 that lists six disciplinary violations Liu committed.

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