Former head of China Agricultural Bank subsidiary investigated
Updated: 2016-02-07 03:07
BEIJING -- The procuratorate in South China's Guangxi Zhuang autonomous region is investigating Liao Jiawang, former president of the Agricultural Bank of China's Guangxi subsidiary, for suspected bribe taking, it said Saturday.
Prosecuting authorities in Guizhou province also said they are investigating Min Luming, deputy head of the political advisory body of the Qiannan Bouyei-Miao autonomous prefecture, for the same offences.
Former deputy head of the municipal legislature in Changzhou, Jiangsu province, Shen Ruiqin, has been arrested also for bribery, according to local procuratorate.
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