Companies making calendars and greeting cards have seen a huge drop in orders.
A former district public security bureau chief in Chengdu, Sichuan province, stood trial in the city’s Qingbaijiang district court on Wednesday.
Government plans to create a nationwide system of accommodation specifically for officials will increase transparency in officials' financial matters and save on public spending, according to analysts.
Disciplinary watchdogs at different levels have opened nearly 1,000 micro blog accounts as the anti-graft agency seeks to make its voice heard through new media.
A former official in Hubei province, suspected of violating discipline, has been placed under investigation, Xinhua News Agency reported on Wednesday.
Even when faced with the risk of being removed from their posts, some officials are still treating government cars as their own.
Nearly 17,000 people had been punished as of late September for violating the Party's rules on official frugality, the country's top anti-graft agency announced.
China’s disciplinary authority has dealt with almost 17,000 violations of the Party’s Eight-Point Rules, China Central Television reported on Monday.
China will build a streamlined government administration by exempting more items from central government approval and pushing forward reform in public institutions.
At a meeting of the Political Bureau of the CPC Central Committee on Dec 4, an eight-point rule on fighting bureaucracy and formalism and rejecting extravagance among Party members was unveiled.