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The fate of anti-corruption czar Wang Qishan will be the most watched issue of the Chinese Communist Party congress in October.   © Reuters
Economy

Wang Qishan: China's enforcer-in-chief

Anti-corruption czar may be persuaded to take economic post

TETSUSHI TAKAHASHI, Head of Nikkei's China Headquarters | China

BEIJING -- With less than a month until the opening of China's Communist Party congress, the hottest political question in Beijing concerns the fate of Wang Qishan, leader of the party's ferocious anti-corruption campaign.

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