Ex-Cisa secretary general found guilty of corruption
Jan 23, 2014 | 09:07 AM
SHANGHAI Shan Shanghua, former secretary general of the China Iron and Steel Association (Cisa), has been sentenced to three years in prison after being found guilty of corruption, according to local media reports.
Shan, who was the lead negotiator in the countrys iron ore pricing talks during his tenure at Cisa, was accused of privately dividing state-owned assets worth 4.7 million yuan ($770,000) between January 2005 and October 2008, when he was leader....
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