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Regulation of 'naked officials' tightened up

By Xie Yu | China Daily | Updated: 2010-07-26 08:26

Beijing - The Communist Party of China (CPC) has released new restrictions governing "naked officials", or those whose family members have all gone abroad.

The new regulation, the second of its kind this month, was issued by the general offices of the State Council and the CPC Central Committee as CPC's latest drive to fight corruption.

These restrictions refer to officials whose children and spouses have migrated overseas. However, skilled Chinese professionals who leave the country and later return to work in China with approval from the authorities are exempted from these rules.

Regulation of 'naked officials' tightened up

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