China and Switzerland to Step up Anti-Graft Cooperation

by swisscham in Bilateral Relations

Chinese Foreign Minister Wang Yi announced on 15 January that China plans to step up its anti-corruption cooperation with Switzerland. Yi thanked Switzerland for not providing a haven for Chinese criminals. “We have decided to strengthen our cooperation in terms of repatriating corrupt individuals and funds,Ó Yi told reporters at a press conference in Beijing, accompanied by his Swiss counterpart Didier Burkhalter, who is visiting. In 2014, the Chinese authorities launched a huge offensive against corruption Ð ÒOperation Fox HuntÓ – to track down and bring home fugitives suspected of financial crime.

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