Corruption in China: Shooting the messenger - The Economist

Corruption in China: Shooting the messenger

Corruption in China: Shooting the messenger - The Economist
Corruption in China: Shooting the messenger
Published Sep 04, 2004
576 words — Published Sep 04, 2004
Price US$ 9.00  |  Buy this Report Now

About This Report

  
Brief Excerpt:

A whistle-blower blown FOR years, China's most senior leaders have given warning of the perils of official corruption, comparing it to a spreading cancer, and suggesting that the battle against this scourge constitutes "a life-or-death...

  
Source:
Geography / Regions
Format:
HTML HTML
Buy Now

The Economist—The Economist Intelligence Unit, a division of London's Economist Group, is the most respected provider of country analysis for governments, multi-national corporations and financial institutions around the world. Through our network of over 500 international contributor economists, we establish independent macro-economic outlooks and detailed reports on the political and commercial environments for over 200 countries around the world.

About the Author


Cite this Report

  
MLA:
The Economist. "Corruption in China: Shooting the messenger" Sep 04, 2004. Alacra Store. Jan 22, 2017. <http://news.alacrastore.com/economist/Corruption-in-China-Shooting-the-messenger-EN_EN_MAIN_20040904T000000_0007>
  
APA:
The Economist. (). Corruption in China: Shooting the messenger Sep 04, 2004. New York, NY: Alacra Store. Retrieved Jan 22, 2017 from <http://news.alacrastore.com/economist/Corruption-in-China-Shooting-the-messenger-EN_EN_MAIN_20040904T000000_0007>
  
US$ 9.00
$  £  
Have a Question?

Any questions about the report you're considering? Our Customer Service Team can help! Or visit our FAQs.

More Research

Search all our Market Research from one place.