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China's National Audit Office (NAO) said on Wednesday it would shift work focus from quake-relief donations to auditing the use of reconstruction fund and supplies , starting from October.

These would include the distribution, management and use of reconstruction fund, implementation of the reconstruction outline and the quality of rebuilding projects, said Yu Xiaoming, NAO deputy auditor general.

Yu repeated that no serious abuses were found in the management of quake-relief donations and it would publicize the final auditing result in October.

The auditing work had covered almost all the processes dealing with the quake-relief fund and supplies, Yu said.

The office had scrutinized 20,471 county-level administrations, 5,281 city departments, 1,126 provincial units and visited 45,149 quake-affected families, she said.

The NAO said in a report early last month that 36 cases of violations were detected and all the 21 people responsible had been disciplined by the Party or had administrative punishments.

All the money and goods involved had been recovered, Yu said.

The magnitude-8.0 earthquake struck Wenchuan County, Sichuan Province, on May 12. It was feared that once the fate of all those listed as missing was clarified, the death toll would top 87,000.

The central finance has earmarked 70 billion yuan for post-quake reconstruction fund this year.

(Xinhua News Agency September 11, 2008)

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