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Yang Xiaodu, newly elected head of China's National Supervision Commission, takes the oath at the sixth plenary session of the National People's Congress in Beijing on March 18.   © Reuters
China People's Congress 2018

Veteran Tibet enforcer to lead new China anti-graft agency

Yang Xiaodu will oversee expansion of Xi's war on corruption

CK TAN, Nikkei staff writer | China

BEIJING -- China's new state anti-corruption agency will be headed by Yang Xiaodu, a senior leader of the Communist Party anti-graft body that has until now led President Xi Jinping's efforts to clean up governance in the nation.

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