Guangdong plans big rewards for tipsters

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South China's Guangdong province may reward those who report corruption according to the amount of ill-gotten money involved in the case, reported.

The report said Guangdong's move is modeled after Chongqing municipality, where reporting a crime can result in rewards of up to 200,000 yuan ($29,740).

The Guangdong government said they are planning the project without disclosing the exact amount of rewards. Currently, the provincial government’s highest reward for reporting a crime is 30,000 yuan, the report said.

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