China’s Railways Corruption Probe Widens

The inquiry into alleged kickbacks around the construction of China’s high-speed-rail network has expanded with Zhang Shuguang, a close aide of disgraced former railways minister Liu Zhijun, being sacked as deputy chief engineer at the ministry and placed under investigation. The 55-years old Zhang was closely identified with the rapid expansion of the high-speed-rail-network. We suspect he won’t be the last railways official to be fingered.

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