Accuity: Understanding Tigers and Flies - Complying with China’s Anti-Corruption Rules

Change in China comes suddenly as Xi Jinping’s latest anti-graft, anti-corruption drive has netted both tigers, powerful leaders, and flies, lowly bureaucrats, in the thousands. To many in the outside world, this is seen as a bid to consolidate his control and get rid of his political opponents but the situation is a bit more complex than that. The change is actually bigger than rooting out political opposition or punishing corrupt officials; it is just one tactic in a grander strategy for

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