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Anti-bribery fight may change business culture
Latest Updated by 2006-03-03 15:31:58
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Key central departments yesterday pledged to crack down on bribe-taking by government officials.

 

The anti-bribery campaign will change the way many companies and individuals do business, said Jing Yunchuan, a lawyer at Beijing-based Gaotong Law Service.

 

Many cases of commercial bribery in the industry have been exposed recently, China Daily reported Friday.

 

In Central China's Hunan Province, Wang Daosheng, former deputy secretary-general of the provincial government, was arrested for helping a private company buy a local State-owned medicine company for a low price.

 

The tough business environment has also lured some foreign companies into offering bribes.

 

A Tianjin-based subsidiary of Diagnostic Products Co Ltd was recently fined US$4.8 million by the US Department of Justice for bribing doctors in China's State-owned hospitals for buying its medical equipment and services last year.

 

Also, bribe-taking is an offence applicable only to civil servants, but sometimes it is family members or friends taking the bribes. "So I suggest that the law be revised to rectify the situation," Jing said.

 

Editor; Yan

By: Source: China Daily Website
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