3 Tips for Navigating Corruption Rules in China

, Corporate Counsel


Chinese President Xi Jinping has cracked down on corruption in a campaign that state propaganda calls "killing tigers and swatting flies," meaning that both big and small players are in the government's crosshairs.

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  • UnCoverUp

    The US needs to import Chinese white-collar crime prosecutors and export (extradite) more US white-collar criminals and their lawyer mouthpieces to China for sentencing by judges who are immune to bribery/extortion by US insurance/banking mafia bosses like AIG/Starr‘s Maurice R Greenberg.

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