The deputy general manager of Power Construction Corporation of China, Huang Baodong, has been expelled from China’s Communist Party for accepting huge bribes, Reuters reported, citing a statement on Monday from the Party’s anti-graft watchdog. The removal of Huang from the state-run power equipment maker adds to the evidence that the power sector could be the latest to face anti-graft probes by the government in a drive also seen as a tool to remove Xi Jinping’s opponents since he become president in March last year. The party has also set its sights on State Grid Corp of China and the National Energy Administration.
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