BEIJING, Aug 25 (Reuters) - China will auction a fleet of government cars in its latest effort to curb corruption and excess expenditure, the China Daily said on Wednesday. Officials in the southern province of Guangdong hope to put the brake on the more than 1 billion yuan ($120.8 million) spent annually on 450,000 government vehicles. "The move aims to reduce the financial burden and prevent officials' corruption," Xie Guliang, deputy director of the Guangdong Provincial Bureau of ...
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