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UPDATED: 19:00, September 26, 2004
China calls for promoting anti-corruption cooperation within APEC
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China hopes members of the Asia Pacific Economic Cooperation (APEC) will promote cooperation in fight against corruption, Chinese Deputy Supervision Minister Huang Shuxian said Saturday in Santiago.

Huang's words came in a speech at an APEC anti-corruption meeting which started Saturday in the Chilean capital.

He said China stands for seeking a common action guideline within the APEC framework for anti-corruption campaign, and hopes the guideline will be taken as a starting point for strengthening cooperation among APEC members in combating corruption.

Huang said anti-corruption cooperation should be carried out on the basis of equality and mutual benefits with respect for each member's sovereignty.

Different conditions of the countries should be acknowledged and the cooperation should be gradually pushed forward with the focus on practical results, he added.

The official also called for effective cooperation in judicial assistance, extradition, and the recovery of corruption assets.

Huang noted that the Chinese government has attached great importance to anti-corruption campaign and has made remarkable achievement through feasible measures.

China has gradually explored an anti-corruption path suitable to its own conditions and an important strategic measure is to establish a corruption punishment and prevention system which underscores education, regulation, and supervision equally, Huang said.

Officials from 21 APEC members and anti-corruption experts of the United Nations, the Asian Development Bank and the Organization of American States is expected to attend the two-day meeting.

Source: Xinhua


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