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China anti-corruption probe finds local governments are still ‘fabricating’ economic data

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[unable to retrieve full-text content]Further cases of economic data fraud by local governments in China have been reported by the country’s top anti-corruption agency following a two-year investigation.The National Bureau of Statistics (NBS) conducted two separate rounds of statistical inspections, covering 19 of mainland China’s 31 provincial jurisdictions, as well as nine departments within the State Council.A report published on Thursday by the official newspaper of the Central Commission for Discipline Inspection, the…

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Further cases of economic data fraud by local governments in China have been reported by the country’s top anti-corruption agency following a two-year investigation.The National Bureau of Statistics (NBS) conducted two separate rounds of statistical inspections, covering 19 of mainland China’s 31 provincial jurisdictions, as well as nine departments within the State Council.A report published on Thursday by the official newspaper of the Central Commission for Discipline Inspection, the…
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