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Why China took issue with traditional mooncake gifts

13 September 2013 Last updated at 10:52 BST

The Chinese word "guangxi" means connections - but it has come to symbolise large scale corruption when doing business in modern-day China.

The new leadership is trying to address corruption - including a ban on using public funds to buy the traditional gift of mooncakes.

BBC chief business correspondent Linda Yueh reports on the issue from the World Economic Forum in Dalian in north east China.

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