Inquiry of Sinosure Executive 'Has Links to Exim Bank'
(Beijing) – A Communist Party investigation into a senior executive at a state-owned insurance company has links to the country's policy lender, a source close to the situation says.
Dai Chunning, deputy general manager of China Export and Credit Insurance Corp. (Sinosure), is being investigated for "serious discipline violations," the party's Central Discipline Inspection Commission (CDIC) said on December 1 on its website.
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