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Socialism Based On Rule of Law
; Beijing Review 2007 年 29 期
In April, the Ministry of Public Health announced the shutdown of the National Committee for Oral Health (NCOH). Corruption, it seems, has once again raised its ugly head. This organization, which is not an agency under the government, but has some government affiliation, allegedly has raked in millions of yuan in illegal profits for the past 18 years by making unauthorized approvals for oral health care products. It is widely believed that the situation involving NCOH reflects the lack of government credit management because of the loopholes in the overall system. Commenting on NCOH dissolution, Professor Li Shuguang from China University of Political Science and Law believes that, while to reform public service units within a short period of time is important, the final solution is to set up a system that is based on the rule of law.(本文共计 2 页)
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