China to inspect major state-owned enterprises in anti-graft drive

January 14, 2015 11:14 AM

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BEIJING (Reuters) - Chinese anti-graft authorities will inspect all major state-owned enterprises this year, state media reported on Wednesday, as the country widens a sprawling campaign against corruption.

The anti-corruption campaign has felled a swathe of officials at state-owned China National Petroleum Corporation, the parent of PetroChina. Zhou Yongkang, China's disgraced domestic security tsar who has become the most high-profile target of the drive, once ran the oil giant.

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