China's draft e-commerce law was submitted to the top legislature for a third reading Tuesday, further regulating online market order and protecting consumer rights.
Changes expand ordinary people's role in wider array of cases
China's draft e-commerce law was submitted to the top legislature for a third reading on Tuesday, further regulating online market order and protecting consumers' rights.
The Standing Committee of China's National People's Congress Tuesday started to review a draft amendment to the individual income tax law at its bimonthly session.
People who write, publish, print, spread or broadcast terrorist-related materials, including books, pictures or videos, will be charged with the crime of advocating or inciting terrorism or extremism, according to a guideline issued on Friday.
Customs officials in Guangdong province have confiscated more than 130,000 products violating intellectual property rights related to the 2018 FIFA World Cup in Russia as part of a national campaign against such offenses.
The nation's top court on Wednesday started a public hearing on a high-profile petition involving former business tycoon Gu Chujun.