Shanghai police arrest McD official on bribery charges, report says

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SHANGHAI, China Amid a government crackdown on corruption involving Communist Party officials and businesses, police here have arrested 22 people, including at least one official of McDonald’s Corp., for alleged bribery linked to computer purchases, according to published reports.

In all, employees from seven companies, including McKinsey & Co. and Whirlpool Corp., were among those detained, according to a CFO.com account of a Jan. 19 report in the English-lan

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