China is moving quickly to implement the anti-corruption consensus reached at the G20 Summit, which ended on Monday in Hangzhou, Zhejiang province, by setting up the group's first anti-graft research center in Beijing.
China's top legal authorities have for the first time clearly stipulated that victims of miscarriages of justice have the right to compensation for mental anguish.
China’s biggest e-commerce platform, Taobao, has banned phone card sales and value-added service packages from September 7, which means that vendors previously offering those products must stop.
The Chinese government is considering issuing wide-ranging regulations to make offshore oil explorers that harm the marine environment to pay damages.
As the G20 throws the spotlight on global anti-corruption efforts, China has released fresh data on its progress in capturing former officials accused of fleeing abroad with billions in public money.
In a bid to become more international, Hangzhou, capital of Zhejiang province, plans to improve the quality of its legal services for foreigners and establish an international commercial arbitration court over the next five years.
A training session to educate and improve the ethnic languages of judges was held at Minzu University of China on Friday, with joint efforts of China's top court and the State Ethnic Affairs Commission.
The Charity Law, passed by national lawmakers in March this year, will take effect on Sept 1 in a move to ease restrictions on the fundraising and operational activities of charity groups.