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Chinese Graft-Busting Body Chastises Sports Ministry For Not Taking Corruption Seriously

Published in SportsBusiness Daily Global on 05 / 05 / 16

China's "top graft-busting body rapped the sports ministry again on Wednesday for not taking the country's sweeping campaign against corruption seriously enough," summoning in 17 ministry discipline officials to discuss the problem, according to Ben Blanchard of REUTERS. China, which is "aggres...

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