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Can China confront corruption?

Overview

The Beijing leadership has embarked on a high-profile drive against corruption, with conviction rates rising well above the level of recent years. This will be popular among Chinese who resent the scale of official profiteering that has accompanied growth. Some high profile targets have been brought down.

But a serious reduction in graft would threaten a key element in the economic-political system and jeopardise one of the big attractions of the Communist Party. That, and the...

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