Company Sued for Bribing Officials for Prison Labor
A privately owned furniture and electric manufacturer in Southern China’s Guangdong province was sued for bribing jailers to obtain cheap prison labor, shedding light on graft cases that have brought down several officials at a city prison.
A court in Guangzhou, the capital of Guangdong, heard the case Thursday against Heshan Chuangmei Industrial Development Co. for allegedly paying 318,000 yuan ($48,116) in bribes to officials at the Foshan Prison.
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