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Gone but not forgotten

7 December 2017 By Christopher Beddor

The China Banking Regulatory Commission’s new vice chair is a confidant of former anti-corruption czar Wang Qishan. Watchdogs are already clamping down on the financial sector. As people from Wang’s no-nonsense camp join the fray, banks and their investors should brace for more.

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