Weekly roundup: Corruption inspection, food scare, auto market

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Officials are receiving gifts and it is hard to prove if they are meant as bribes, a senior inspector in the city says.
A news report has exposed a shocking farming practice that can make you think twice about the popular vegetable.
The ethnic H'mong community keeps the deceased at home, near the ceiling, for days before burial.
The number of passengers is expected to fall 11.7 percent this year as many are switching to motorbikes.
The carmaker has hinted at an exit but an industry insider says that is an empty threat.
The combined investment of local companies cannot match what Lazada has put into its Vietnam operation.

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