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Chinese Officials Export Bribes with Families

World Journal , Posted: Jan 21, 2009

BEIJING Chinese laws require that Chinese officials working for the government must be Chinese citizens, but there are no rules concerning their spouses or childrens nationality. The World Journal reports that many Chinese officials obtain non-Chinese passports for their immediate family members, which makes its easy for them to transfer bribe money out of China. According to Chinese government statistics, in 2004, at least 4,000 officials fled China taking $50 billion U.S. with them.

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