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2015-05-04 11:40:00

SINOPEC PRESIDENT DETAINED

SINOPEC PRESIDENT DETAINED

A widening corruption probe in China has ensnared another oil executive, this time the number two man at state owned Sinopec.

Sinopec president Wang Tianpu was detained by Communist party officials on Monday for suspected "serious violations of discipline and law," the Financial Times said.

Wang was appointed president in June 2000 and is currently listed as a member of the party committee at the China Petroleum Corporation on Sinopec's website.

China's Central Commission for Discipline Inspection confirmed the probe but has not disclosed further…

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