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China's Fierce Anti-Corruption Crackdown

A government job in China used to be a gravy train: easy hours, little scrutiny and — usually — a chance to make good money through perks and corruption. This year, though, the 1.4 million candidates who signed up to take China's civil service exam marked a drop of more than 100,000 from the previous year. #FullNewsAudioAvailable #NPR


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