The 2002 ranking of the world's top 100 MBAs in the Economist Intelligence Unit publication Which MBA? included one Chinese programme, the China Europe International Business School, which was ranked in 43rd position. Hong Kong University of Science and Technology's MBA was ranked 80th.
The ranking is based on factors specified by students themselves as important in their choice of business school. The table was compiled from the results of a survey of more than 18,000 students and alumni as well as data supplied by the schools themselves.
Party claims crackdown nets Yn30bn The Communist Party published figures in October showing that more than 790,000 cases of corruption had been investigated over the past five years, leading to the imprisonment of 780,000 cadres and the recovery of Yn30bn in public funds. The convicted cadres were said to have included 10,000 division directors, more than 700 departmental chiefs and 21 provincial or ministerial heads.
The definition of corrupt practices has also been tightened. For example, cadres are now forbidden to buy mobile phones with public funds and to hold meetings at scenic resorts.