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    China: Corruption probe begins against Zhou Yongkang

    Former security chief is the most senior scalp to be claimed by Xi Jinping’s anti-graft campaign chinaworker.info It was officially announced today that former security chief Zhou Yongkang is under investigation for “serious disciplinary violat...

    25 years since the June 4 Tiananmen massacre

    Can the Chinese dictatorship survive another quarter of a century?  Vincent Kolo, chinaworker.info June 4th marks the 25th anniversary of the bloody massacre in Beijing that ended the mass student-led democracy movement which came close to topp...

    China: Debt woes multiply as new liquidity crunch strikes

    Local government debt has soared but Beijing’s attempt to curb runaway credit misfires again Vincent Kolo, chinaworker.info An end-of year scramble for funds by financial institutions drove up interbank lending rates to levels not seen since th...

    China’s anti-corruption campaign leads to fewer prosecutions

    Xi Jinping’s pledge to catch ‘tigers’ as well as ‘flies’ fails to live up to the media hype Tommy Zheng, chinaworker.info Statistics just released from the Supreme People’s Procuratorate (SPP), which oversees criminal investigations and prosecu...

    China’s super-rich get even richer

    Forbes rich list says 400 wealthiest people became 150 billion US dollars wealthier last year Vincent Kolo, chinaworker.info “The rich are getting richer,” declared Russell Flannery, the bureau chief for Forbes Shanghai. The US magazine unveile...

    Bo Xilai and the Crisis in the CCP

    Impending criminal trial and delay of party congress highlight deep splits in Chinese regime Vincent Kolo, chinaworker.info The expulsion of fallen ‘princeling’ Bo Xilai from the ruling ‘communist’ party (CCP), decided at the Politburo’s Septem...

    Tiananmen 1989 and the working class

    Nothing alarmed the CCP dictatorship more than the movement of the working class aroused to action by the student-led democracy protests Vincent Kolo, from the book Tiananmen 1989: Seven Weeks That Shook the World The great significance of the ...

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    The collapse of Evergrande – Chinese regime on horns of a dilemma

    Evergrande, the Chinese property company, is missing one payment deadline after another. If it collapses the consequences could be huge for China’s economy, its authoritarian regime and for global capitalism. ISA (International Socialist Alternative) talks to Vincent Kolo of chinaworker.info about what could happen.

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