Former CSIC head of discipline faces corruption charges

Former CSIC head of discipline faces corruption charges

Liu Changhong, former head of discipline of state run shipbuilding giant China Shipbuilding Industry Corporation (CSIC) will be charged by court for a series of corruption activities including taking bribes.

Liu used to serve at the State-owned Assets Supervision and Administration Commission (SASAC) and joined CSIC in 2011 as head of discipline to investigate corruption cases within the group. 

He was sacked and detained by authorities in November 2016 for alleged corruption activities. 

In June, China’s National Audit Office found a series of irregularities including false financial numbers, insufficient risk control and corruption activities at CSIC. 

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