Coal Boss Charged With Investigating Corruption Gets Investigated for Corruption
In an irony befitting modern China, the general manager of a coal company was put under investigation for corruption just two days after he was tasked with monitoring graft at the firm.
Pei Xiping, the general manager of state-owned Yangquan Coal Industry Group Co. Ltd., is being probed for serious violations of party discipline — a euphemism for corruption — China’s top anti-graft watchdog said Saturday.
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