Complaints against corruption in Hong Kong dropped to a 40-year low last year, but advisers to the city’s anti-graft watchdog have urged vigilance, attributing the dip to the Covid-19 pandemic and possible new ways to avoid detection.The city recorded 1,924 corruption submissions, also known as non-election-related complaints, for 2020, down from 2,297 in 2019, advisers revealed at an annual briefing on Monday. The drop in complaints received last year from the private sector exceeded those…

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