If there were any concerns that officials in China may have forgotten about the government's drive against graft, authorities are doing a pretty good job of reminding their troops.
China's foreign exchange regulator Tuesday released a statement in which it urged its officials to take seriously the ruling Communist Party's fight against corruption and follow rules closely, Reuters reported.
According to the memo from the forex regulator's internal discipline team, the State Administration of Foreign Exchange (SAFE) "pays great attention" to instructions about fighting corruption.
"In the face of all kinds of tests and temptations, you must be clear about what you can't do, what you can't eat, what places you can't go and what opinions you can't speak," it said in the statement carried by the Central Commission for Discipline Inspection.
"Pay attention to standards of behavior and keep a clear head," it added.
Scores of senior Chinese officials have been investigated or jailed in China after President Xi Jinping took power of the party's leadership in late 2012 and of the country's presidency in 2013. The crackdown has put a drag on consumption as fearful officials refrain from buying, receiving and gifting anything from mooncakes to luxury watches.