- Veteran Chinese revolutionary Chen Yun. MacLachlan, Suzanne; Mutch, David // Christian Science Monitor;4/12/95, Vol. 87 Issue 95, p2
Reports the confirmation by the Chinese government of the death of its veteran revolutionary, Chen Yun on April 10, 1995.
- Passing of Chinese hero may affect who leads. Tefft, Sheila // Christian Science Monitor;4/12/95, Vol. 87 Issue 95, p6
Focuses on the effect of the death of the senior leader Chen Yun who died on April 10, 1995, on the Chinese power struggle. Chen was a critic of the Chinese leader Den Xiaoping.
- In memoriam. Bachman, David // China Business Review;May/Jun95, Vol. 22 Issue 3, p4
Presents an obituary for Chen Yun, former vice chairman of the Chinese Communist Party and vice premier of China's State Council, who died on April 10, 1995. Endorsement of market forces and macroeconomic balance; Popular perception as Deng Xiaoping's archrival.
- Twilight of the gods. Hornik, Richard; Burton, Sandra // Time;4/24/1995, Vol. 145 Issue 17, p61
Focuses on the death of Chen Yun of China at the age of 89. The rivalry between Yun and Deng Xiaoping; Rumors that Deng Xiaoping is near death; The protocol of death in communist regimes; The rhetoric surrounding Jiang Zemin; Jiang's anti-corruption drive; Comments on Qiao Shi, chairman of the...
- SIX WHO RULE--AND REMEMBER. // Time;9/26/1983, Vol. 122 Issue 13, p52
The article profiles the Standing committee members of the Chinese Communist Party. It highlights Deng Xiaoping, the chairman of both the party and government military commissions who went off to France after World War I as a student. It provides brief details about Li Xiannian, who has been...
- Corruption Perceptions Index. // New Zealand Country Review;2013, p102
The article presents the methodology used to calculate the corruption perception index (CPI) which is based on corruption of public officials and a table is presented which lists the CPI of several countries including New Zealand, Denmark and Sweden.
- Corruption Perceptions Index. // Ukraine Country Review;2013, p125
The article discusses the methodology used to calculate the corruption perception index (CPI) which is based on corruption of public officials and also presents a table depicting the lists of the CPI for several countries including New Zealand, Sweden and Denmark.
- Corruption Perceptions Index. // Panama Country Review;2012, p93
A table is presented which ranks the countries in terms of the degree to which public officials were involved in corruption including New Zealand, Denmark, and Somalia.
- Corruption Perceptions Index. // Nigeria Country Review;2013, p136
The article presents corruption perceptions index for several countries including New Zealand, Singapore and Finland, and states that it is a composite index which ranks countries in terms of the degree to which corruption is perceived to exist among public officials.