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Zhejiang to introduce China's first provincial law to empower river chiefs


A draft regulation on river chiefs has been submitted to the standing committee of the people's congress of east China's Zhejiang Province for deliberation on Tuesday.

Shandong company accused of selling fake baby formula


A company accused of producing and distributing counterfeit baby formula has gone on trial in Shanghai.

Beijing tightens rules to turn away commercial property speculators


Beijing housing authorities tightened regulations on commercial real estate projects as a way to cool down a housing market with soaring prices fueled by speculative buyers.

Nearly 1.4 million Chinese couples filed for divorce in court in 2016


Chinese courts heard nearly 1.4 million divorce cases last year, according to the Supreme People's Court (SPC).

Civil code: In step with traditions and modern era


Hou Xinyi, law professor, Tianjin University of Finance and Economics, shares his views on the significance of the General Provisions of the Civil Law, the opening chapter of a unified civil code which will be adopted in 2020.

Capital's IP court boosts quality of hearings


Beijing Intellectual Property Court said on Wednesday that it has increased efforts to deal with patent disputes and improve the quality of its case hearings.

Shenzhen police smash telecom fraud gang


Police in Shenzhen, Guangdong province, have broken up a telecom fraud gang with help from internet security giant Qihoo 360, the local public security department announced on Tuesday.

Rider sues bike-sharing firm over injuries


While bicycle-sharing services lighten the burden on China's public transportation system and make the first or final kilometers of a commute a more pleasant and healthier experience, concerns among the public over safety are emerging.