Trevor Manuel on Monday referred to a “Chinese-style corruption clampdown”.
What exactly are the Chinese doing to fight corruption?
The Money Show’s Bruce Whitfield interviewed Dr Martyn Davies, Managing Director of Emerging Markets and Africa at Deloitte Frontier Advisory.
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Manuel has a point. The Chinese are cracking down on corruption like never before.— Dr Martyn Davies, Managing Director of Emerging Markets and Africa at Deloitte Frontier Advisory
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