China’s former top securities regulator is being investigated by the country’s corruption watchdog just months after leaving the job.
The Central Commission for Discipline Inspection said late on Sunday that Liu Shiyu, head of China’s securities regulator until January, was suspected of “violating laws and regulations”, a phrase often used in corruption probes in China.
The 57-year-old turned himself in, the CCDI said in a short note on its website, and was co-operating with the investigation. It did not give other details related to the case.
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