The economic costs of China's anti-graft campaign

Xi Jinping's anti-corruption drive has been widely applauded by Chinese citizens, but it also has serious consequences for the broader economy at a time when growth is under pressure.

Since Xi Jinping started China’s anti-corruption campaign more than 20 months ago, 33 minister or vice-minister-level officials have been arrested on corruption charges, including the vice-chairman of the central military commission, two members and three alternate members of the central committee of the Chinese communist party, one of the most powerful political organs in the country.


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