No Place to Hide
China's hunt for former officials suspected of corruption who are living overseas has recently received a boost. At an APEC event in Beijing in early November, major Asia-Pacific economies agreed to adopt the Beijing Declaration on Fighting Corruption and to establish the APEC Network of Anti-Corruption Authorities and Law Enforcement Agencies.

Coupled with China's ongoing anti-graft measures, these new initiatives will make it more difficult for officials who have absconded to continue avoiding prosecution for alleged criminal acts
Coming Together Against Corruption

China has launched an intense campaign to "hunt tigers and swat flies" since the 18th National Congress of the Communist Party of China in 2012 when Xi became general secretary of the Party. The campaign has snared officials and some executives of state-owned enterprises.

Recently, more and more attention has been paid to tracking down corrupt officials that have fled overseas.

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