China's new cyber security law, which will go into effect Thursday, is not aimed at limiting foreign companies' access to the Chinese market, the country's Internet regulator said Wednesday.
Chinese political advisors met on Thursday to discuss how to better regulate the country's real estate market, especially ways to rein in speculation in metropolises and reduce stocks in small cities, during a biweekly consultation meeting.
Beijing prosecutors are working with the municipal government and education institutes to set up a system to better protect children against abuse.
Legislators have vowed to increase supervision of government departments in charge of handling imported solid waste, aiming to protect the environment and ensure public health.
Premier Li Keqiang has signed a revised regulation on the management and supervision of medical devices in order to standardize the use of large medical equipment and ensure safety.
"I couldn't bear to compromise as a father. Food safety is a life or death matter. What I did, I did to protect my child," Guo said, explaining that he first met with employees from Yashili to discuss compensation in June 2009.
Chinese courts will make further efforts to ensure justice during the development of the Belt and Road Initiative with improved judicial services for legal disputes involving foreign entities.
For many years, Huang Sizhou, a lawyer in Shenzhen, in the southern province of Guangdong, frequently traveled to Beijing in the north of the country to attend appeal hearings at the Supreme People's Court (the country's top legal chamber).