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The ghost at the feast

15 May 2013 By John Foley

Chasing a former watchdog for lavish dinners sounds trivial, but focusing on the little things is what made Hong Kong clean up. China’s leaders also pledge to root out corruption, but lack three powerful weapons: independent institutions, freedom to complain, and zero tolerance.

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