Spanish Prime Minister Pedro Sánchez has made his stance on corruption clear. His new coalition aims to repeal article 324 of Spain’s Criminal Prosecution Law as a “leading measure to combat corruption and avoid these crimes staying unpunished.” But, a recent move by the Spanish Anti-Corruption Prosecutors Office has somewhat complicated matters. Formally exposing a formidable Spain-China import fraud network, the case has thrown Sánchez’s anti-corruption ideals into the ring with his pro-China stance on trade.