Chinese firms trained on law-abiding management in BRI cooperation

A training course was held Thursday in Beijing with focus on law-abiding business management and anti-bribery measures among businesses participating in the Belt and Road Initiative (BRI).

Executives of nearly 70 Chinese state-owned and private enterprises discussed with domestic and overseas experts on topics such as fighting commercial briberies during the course, second of its kind.

More efforts should be made to promote international anti-graft cooperation and to better control corruption risks, so as to safeguard the high-quality development of the BRI construction, said Li Shulei, deputy secretary of the Communist Party of China Central Commission for Discipline Inspection and vice head of the National Supervisory Commission, which co-organized the course with the World Bank.

Editor: 王若寒
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