BEIJING, Sept. 25 (Xinhua) -- Chinese and Australian police Monday signed a protocol to strengthen cooperation in police work and combating trans-national crime.
An action plan to jointly crack down on economic crime was also signed, and the Australian Federal Police handed back 1.15 million yuan in illegally-obtained assets they had confiscated.
The assets were seized from two Chinese suspects, identified by their surnames Xue and Gu, who have been charged with illegally receiving public deposits.
China is currently working on an anti-corruption campaign which targets both high-ranking "tigers" and lowly "flies."
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