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- Loud thunder, little rain: China's new leaders target corruption
- Chern, Kenneth
- China's new leaders are aware of the danger that corruption poses to the nation's social stability and economic development. But entrenched corruption at the local and national levels, including among the families and friends of those very leaders, will make it difficult for them to break the link between money and power that frustrates the masses but sustains the power of a Communist Party that long ago abandoned political belief for economic gain.
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- Swinburne University of Technology. Swinburne Leadership Institute
- The Conversation, 17 November 2012
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- China; Corruption; Economics; Leaders; Politics; Social contexts
- The Conversation Media Trust
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