The Chinese government has decided to improve policy on the production, distribution and use of drugs.
China will start to take the fingerprints of foreigners entering the country from Friday, the Ministry of Public Security announced on Thursday.
According to China’s General Administration of Customs, they will severely crack down on smuggling activities with focuses on overseas waste, agricultural products, resource products, drug, and guns.
According to data released by the Shanghai Consumer Council on Feb 3, 2017, during Chinese Spring Festival (which began on Jan 27) there were 584 consumer complaints in the city, a 14.3 percent decrease year-on-year, and the complaints focused on accommodations and transportation.
China's Supreme People's Procuratorate (SPP) has promised severe punishments for economic crimes that affect interests of lots of people, including illegally absorbing public deposits and fundraising fraud.
China's State Council on Friday pledged to press ahead with addressing wage arrears for migrant workers to safeguard their legitimate rights and interests.
China is working on a law that will help pharmacists properly prepare and allocate medicine, according to the country's health authorities.
According to issued guidance on the credit punishment system in the traffic field, the traffic administration will publicly display information on people and enterprises involved in certain serious traffic violation in local news media and portal websites.