BEIJING Sep 20 The head of the Bank of Dalian Co. Ltd, one of the country's smaller regional lenders, is being investigated for suspected graft, the ruling Communist Party anti-graft watchdog said on Sunday, as it conducts a sweeping anti-graft campaign.
Wang Jinping, president of the bank, is suspected of "serious breaches in discipline", the usual euphemism for graft, the Central Commission for Discipline Inspection said on Sunday on its web site (www.ccdi.gov.cn).
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