On Friday, China unveiled two specialized courts to help resolve large international commercial disputes, particularly those involving countries in the Belt and Road Initiative.
A handcuffed drug trafficking suspect who escaped from a court during a hearing reportedly visited a restaurant in Nantong, East China's Jiangsu province, Modern Express reported.
Litigants from countries involved in the Belt and Road Initiative will receive professional and efficient legal services if they have commercial disputes in China.
Shanghai's justice authority said it will encourage domestic law firms to cooperate more with firms outside the Chinese mainland to achieve the city's goal of an all-around, multilayered platform by 2020 for legal services in cases involving foreign parties.
A man who used a kitchen knife to cut off the head of a restaurant owner in Wuhan, Hubei province, was sentenced to death with a two-year reprieve by a court on Wednesday.
Shanghai's justice authority said it will encourage domestic law firms to further cooperate with those from overseas through various approaches as a way to realize the city's goal of forming an all-around, multilayered platform for legal service involving overseas parties in 2020.
Police in North China's Hebei province said Wednesday that they had busted a cross-border drug smuggling case and seized more than 94 kg of cocaine, the largest amount of the drug seized in a single case in the province since 1949.
China's top court said Tuesday that it would issue a guideline to regulate how to collect and review evidence while handling drug-related cases to efficiently fight the crimes.