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The purpose of this research was to study the political economy of anti-corruption in China since the open-door and free trade policy that affected the increasing of number of corruptions in China, including anti-corruption strategies and measures from late 20th century up to the present. Research data collection was documentary research and data analysis through the political economy framework. The findings found that the corruptions among Communist party’s members and civil servants under the relations of crony capitalism became the influences of economic detraction and political legitimacy of Communist Party. The anti-corruption strategies and measures of Chinese Communist party were to against and protect the corruptions among Communist party’s member and network of interests in the private sector. private’s interest groups. The contribution of this research is to understand the political economy structure of anti-corruption in China and to contribute it as a lesson in understanding the context of Thailand.
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