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China finishes drafting law on veterans' welfare


China's Ministry of Veterans Affairs has finished drafting a law on veterans' welfare.

Vaccine maker Changsheng fined 9.1 billion yuan in safety scandal


Changchun Changsheng Biotech Co in Jilin province was forced to pay about 9.1 billion yuan ($1.3 billion) in penalties on Tuesday after the drugmaker was involved in a human rabies vaccine safety scandal in July.

Lawmaker faces seven million in penalties for illegal renovation


A former lawmaker faces nearly seven million yuan in penalties from civil claims made by institutions involved in rescue operation, street offices and affected companies.

Hangzhou Internet Court's judicial blockchain goes online


Hangzhou Internet Court became the first court to use blockchain technology to settle disputes, as its judicial block chain officially launched online recently.

Regulation puts passengers in place


From December, high-speed train passengers in Guangdong province who refuse to move after taking other people's seats will face fines ranging from 500 to 2,000 yuan ($72 to $295), according to a new regulation.

Cybersecurity laws shared with Hangzhou university students


Prosecutors and e-commerce giant Alibaba came to Hangzhou Normal University in East China's Zhejiang province on Wednesday to share cybersecurity-related laws and knowledge with students.

Movie, TV moguls told to heed law


China's tax authorities reminded filmmakers, television production companies and related sectors, as well as those in high-income brackets, to look closely into their own taxpaying practices before Dec 31.

Dispute tribunal set up for international expo


A tribunal to deal with possible lawsuits during the China International Import Expo, which will be held in Shanghai from Nov 5 to 10, was established inside the venue on Monday.

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