China’s feared Central Disciplinary Commission has sharply reprimanded more than two dozen financial authorities, state-owned banks and insurers. In a statement, the anti-corruption agency criticized them for failing to live up to the communist leadership’s goals. Such sweeping criticism is unusual, even in China, and highlights the government’s concern about risks to the financial sector.
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