Pakistan China to ink anti-graft deal

ISLAMABAD: China and Pakistan will soon sign an agreement aimed at ensuring transparency in the implementation of energy and infrastructure projects under the China-Pakistan Economic Corridor (CPEC), which is an important part of China’s One Belt, One Road Initiative.

China and Pakistan will work together to make the CPEC and other bilateral development projects transparent and free of any corruption, Chinese Assistant Minister, National Bureau of Corruption Prevention, Liu Jianchao said in a recent interaction with media persons in Islamabad.

The Chinese minister who visited Pakistan to attend the Ombudsman Conference said that he also held meetings with the NAB chairman and other Pakistani officials and shared China’s experience against corruption. Liu said his country had adopted a policy of zero tolerance against corruption.

China has adopted stringent measures to curb graft on its soil.


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