Viet Nam state-run business / Malaysia sex bribery / Chinese officials implicated

Vietnam arrests two more officials of state-run MobiFone in graft crackdown.  Pham Thi Phuong Anh, deputy director of MobiFone Corp., and former general director Cao Duy Hai were accused of “violating regulations on the management and use of state capital,” the Ministry of Public Security said, as the company allegedly caused losses to the state budget by overpaying for a stake of 95 percent in a loss-making pay-TV provider.

Tuoi Tre News:


Malaysia anti-graft body says has unearthed cases of sex for grades.  There have been instances of teachers asking students for sex in exchange for good examination scores, Malaysian Anti-Corruption Commission (MACC) chief commissioner Mohd Shukri Abdull has said, warning that such cases are dangerous for the country's future generation.

The Straits Times:


Shanghai’s jailed top prosecutor ‘implicates 100 other officials in corruption case’. Once dubbed the “law manipulator of Shanghai”, Chen Xu was sentenced after a court in Nanning found him guilty of taking money and property worth more than 74.2 million yuan (US$10.7 million) personally or through family members between 2000 and 2015 – and many officials implicated by him are now under investigation.

William Zheng/South China Morning Post:

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