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‘Can’t Be Corrupt’: Vietnam Vows to Step Up Anti-Graft Campaign

Vietnam’s Communist Party inspection committees, which have disciplined more than 7,000 members for corruption in the past 10 years, are accelerating an anti-graft campaign, according to a report on the party’s news website.

The report comes amid a broad anti-corruption push that has led to the arrests of an ex-health minister, businesses executives and former high-ranking coast guard officers. The probes have also resulted in the firings of the chairman of the State Securities Commission and head of the Ho Chi Minh City Stock Exchange.