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|Tuesday, July 10, 2001, updated at 21:53(GMT+8)|
China, Vietnam Discuss Anti-Corruption CooperationState Councilor Wang Zhongyu told visiting Vietnamese Inspector General Ta Huu Thanh today that the exchanges and visits between supervisional organs will advance anti-corruption drives in both countries.
Ta, Inspector General of the Vietnam State Inspectorate, was at the invitation of the Ministry of Supervision.
China and Vietnam, both as socialist countries, are faced with the common task of economic development and opening to the outside world, Wang said, adding that the exchanges and cooperation between the supervisional organs will complement each others in the building of clean governments.
The two sides discussed in detail how to curb corruption from the root and how to standardize the management of state-owned enterprises.
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