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Beijing court seeks steps to reduce loan disputes


A Beijing court said on Aug 31 that measures aimed at resolving loan issues are necessary to maintain order in the market and to alleviate financial risks.

Foreigners to gain easier access to court verdicts


An English-language version of a website operated by China's top court will make it easier for foreigners to learn how the country's courts make judgments.

Draft law toughens fines for maritime pollution


China is considering imposing harsher penalties on maritime polluters and removing the upper limit of fines in a move to effectively protect the marine environment.

Top court proposes test of plea bargaining


A proposal to test plea bargaining in criminal cases is being considered by China's top legislative body.

Pollution fees could become law of the land


A draft of China's first environmental protection tax law, submitted to the top legislative body for initial discussion on Monday, may impose heavier penalties on polluters than ever before.

New official transport app provides real-time information


Beijing Municipal Commission of Transport introduced a new public transport app, on Aug 5, to cover inquiries concerning buses, the metro, bicycles, individual cars, trains, planes and inter-province buses.

Shaanxi province provides free education for K – 12


Shaanxi Provincial Price Bureau has announced that, starting this autumn, it will ensure that public schools will provide tuition-free education covering one year of pre-school or kindergarten education, six years of primary school, three of middle school, and three of high school.

More local governments unified basic medical insurances for urban and rural residents 


According to Legal Evening News, integration of urban and rural medical insurance has become reality in 17 provinces or provincial-level cities so that their urban and rural residents are now able to enjoy more equal and greater coverage.