10 Jan '12, 1pm

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BEIJING (AP) - China says corruption in the country is still a severe problem even though efforts to combat it have intensified. The official Xinhua News Agency said on Tuesday that the Communist Party's discipline watchdog says the task of fighting corruption is still an 'arduous' one. It says people have higher expectations for the ridding of corruption but it 'cannot be eradicated in the short term'. Chinese President Hu Jintao has said corruption threatens the party's grip on power.

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