CHINA Hangzhou cleaning up conflicts of interest


Hangzhou cleaning up conflicts of interest

China Daily

13:02, August 23, 2021

Hangzhou, Zhejiang province, has launched a campaign to crack down on problems it says are harmful to the formation of healthy relations between government and businesses.

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Hangzhou's anti-graft authorities listed 10 scenarios in which conflicts of interest may arise, and asked government officials and cadres to make self-examinations and rectify the issues within three months.

Issues include breaches of rules regarding monetary loans and the formation of businesses by cadres' spouses and children.

Since the launch of the campaign, 24,849 cadres citywide have undergone self-examination, the authorities said.

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