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Beijing setting up G20's first center to aid corruption fight

By Zhang Yan and Cao Yin ( China Daily ) Updated: 2016-09-08 06:57:09

China is moving quickly to implement the anti-corruption consensus reached at the G20 Summit, which ended on Monday in Hangzhou, Zhejiang province, by setting up the group's first anti-graft research center in Beijing.

The center will provide intelligence support in the hunt for economic fugitives and confiscation of their ill-gotten assets.

The center, based at Beijing Normal University, will officially begin operations in a few months.

Beijing setting up G20's first center to aid corruption fight

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