The Chinese Communist Party’s Central Commission for Discipline Inspection is said to have uncovered corruption cases or other disciplinary violations in five out of the six inspection locations in the latest round of central inspections carried out in 2013, Beijing News reported Tuesday. The six entities that underwent inspections were Yunan, Shanxi and Anhui provinces, China Three Gorges Corp., Xinhua News Agency, and the Ministry of Commerce. During the previous round of inspection, the Commission identified disciplinary violations in nine out of ten state-owned companies and government units. In 2013, the disciplinary body inspected a total of 20 provinces, cities and government units, the report said.
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