No sign of Xi pausing anti-corruption campaign

China’s leadership is unlikely to shift its attention from fighting corruption to focus more on economic and financial reform, according to academic Sonny Lo.

No sign of Xi pausing anti-corruption campaign

Although the Chinese leadership does not distinguish between its campaign against corruption and its campaign to restructure the economy, the clampdown on crime will continue to demand most of its attention, according to Sonny Lo, professor at the Hong Kong Institute of Education.

Lo, who is head of the institute’s department of social sciences, specialises in the politics of organised crime in Greater China.

He said the leadership in Beijing would reject...

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