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Panama Papers Unlikely to Alter China's Crackdown on Corruption

The massive leak of more than 11 million emails tied to a law firm in Panama, which revealed the business dealings of several of China’s political elite, comes during a crackdown on corruption under China’s President Xi Jinping. The crackdown has netted more than 30,000 people in China who have been punished for corruption. But critics of this crackdown say its a convenient way for political leaders to banish their enemies. Willy Lam, a China Scholar at the Chinese University of Hong...

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