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Time China, India created own anti-graft indices

It can present new metrics and expose the shortcomings of Western analysis, if any.

The dividing line in the current corruption debate is universal access to information; the West sees it as paramount, while China sees it as an overbearing nuisance.

CHINA'S anti-corruption net appears to be catching tigers as well as flies. Last December, a former mayor of Nanjing, a high-ranking party official, was indicted on corruption charges. In the same week, a Chinese court sentenced a prominent businesswoman for bribery related to lucrative