Sinosure executive dies days after corruption probe started

(Caixin, Beijing, 27 November 2015) The chief auditor of state-owned Chinese ECA Sinosure was found dead in his office five days after he was put under investigation by the Communist Party's graft-fighting agency, a person with knowledge of the matter says. Agence France Press in Beijing also reports that Dai Chunning, a deputy general manager at Sinosure, “is suspected of serious discipline violations and currently under investigation”, the Commission for Discipline Inspection, a branch of the ruling Communist Party, said on its website.