China's anti-corruption campaign hits auto publications
A signed letter of expose by a retired automotive journalist on the website of the Jiangsu Bureau of Publications points out that a journalist with the Yangzi Wanbao or Yangtze Evening News published in Nanjing collected as much as ¥5,000 ($813) in "transportation subsidies" from a number of OEM exhibitors at last year's Guangzhou International Auto Show.
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