China Launches Push Against Military Corruption

By Bradley Perrett
Source: Aviation Week & Space Technology
January 20, 2014

It has 1.25 million men and women and double-digit increases in its budget. But for officers, does the People's Liberation Army have good military leaders or good networkers?

The damaging national culture of building connections for personal benefit is on the minds of the country's top leadership as it turns its clean-government drive to the military. Orders issued last week seek to control the diversion of the military budget to generous or even outrageous perquisites and also to stop the acceptance of gifts—meaning bribes from those seeking advantageous positions or contracts.

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