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High-profile Chinese official confesses to graft

25 Sep 2014

BEIJING The former deputy head of China's top planning agency confessed in court on Wednesday to extensive bribery involving several companies including a Toyota Motor Corp. joint venture, the court said.

High-profile Chinese official confesses to graft

25 Sep 2014

BEIJING The former deputy head of China's top planning agency confessed in court on Wednesday to extensive bribery involving several companies including a Toyota Motor Corp. joint venture, the court said.

High-profile Chinese official confesses to graft

24 Sep 2014

BEIJING The former deputy head of China's top planning agency confessed in court on Wednesday to extensive bribery involving several companies including a Toyota Motor Corp. joint venture, the court said.

High-profile Chinese official confesses to graft

24 Sep 2014

BEIJING The former deputy head of China's top planning agency confessed in court on Wednesday to extensive bribery involving several companies including a Toyota Motor Corp. joint venture, the court said.

High-profile Chinese official confesses to graft

24 Sep 2014

BEIJING The former deputy head of China's top planning agency confessed in court on Wednesday to extensive bribery involving several companies including a Toyota Motor Corp. joint venture, the court said.

Former ministerial-level official in China confesses to graft

24 Sep 2014

BEIJING, Sept 24 The former deputy head of China's top planning agency confessed in court on Wednesday to extensive bribery, one of the highest-profile officials to be prosecuted for corruption since President Xi Jinping launched an anti-graft campaign.

China tobacco monopoly blocks full ban on tobacco ads: sources

05 Sep 2014

BEIJING Intense lobbying by China's powerful state tobacco monopoly resulted in the weakening of controversial legislation that had been meant to introduce a complete advertising ban in the world's largest consumer and producer of tobacco, sources said.

China tobacco monopoly blocks full ban on tobacco ads - sources

04 Sep 2014

BEIJING, Sept 5 Intense lobbying by China's powerful state tobacco monopoly resulted in the weakening of controversial legislation that had been meant to introduce a complete advertising ban in the world's largest consumer and producer of tobacco, sources said.

Ex-GSK China staff seek compensation for illegal dismissal

16 Jul 2014

BEIJING/SHANGHAI Three former Chinese employees of GlaxoSmithKline PLC GSK.L, which is embroiled in a long-running corruption probe in China, are seeking compensation for illegal dismissal from their jobs, a lawyer representing them told Reuters.

WHO urges China to tackle state tobacco monopoly in battle on smoking

09 Jul 2014

BEIJING China must separate the conflicting promotion and prevention roles of its state tobacco monopoly to reduce smoking-related deaths, which number as much as 1 million a year, the head of the World Health Organization (WHO) said on Wednesday.

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