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Senior Chinese airline and aviation officials misused company funds, took bribes and accepted golf outings as gifts, China’s anti-corruption watchdog said in a series of inspection reports of central government agencies and conglomerates.
The Communist Party’s official newspaper and its economic planning agency were also singled out by the Central Commission for Discipline Inspection (CCDI) in its latest reports under President Xi Jinping’s three-year-old anti-graft drive.
At Commercial Aircraft Corporation of China Comac, the manufacturer of China’s C919 airplane, officials were found to have taken unnecessary trips overseas at company expense and used company money to pay for personal expenses, the CCDI said in its reports released late on Sunday.
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