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Number’s Game: One Province’s Statistics Problem Is a Drag for China

China’s sweeping anticorruption campaign, in the estimates of many analysts, isn’t likely to cure the country’s deep-rooted graft problem. It is helping to clean up China’s murky economic data, at least in one instance.
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