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More measures ahead to streamline business registration in China


The Chinese government will further streamline registration procedures for private businesses after the October introduction of related measures to encourage entrepreneurship and improve the business environment.

China demands increased protection over private information


The political and legal affairs body of the Communist Party of China (CPC) has urged businesses to protect people's private information and impose severe punishment on those in the telecoms and banking sectors that leak such information.

New rules reduce conviction errors


Judicial experts welcomed a new national guideline on criminal procedure reform this week, hoping it will contribute to reducing wrongful convictions.

Investigation of former China Development Bank executive begins


Chinese prosecutors have begun an investigation into Yao Zhongmin, former chairman of the board of supervisors at China Development Bank (CDB), on suspicion of taking bribes, the Supreme People's Procuratorate said on Oct 10.

China advances criminal procedure reform


China has issued guidelines on criminal procedure reform and the role of court trials in a bid to reduce wrongful convictions.

Top legislator calls for civil code with Chinese characteristics


China's top legislator Zhang Dejiang on Oct 10 called for a civil code that is scientific and embodies Chinese characteristics.

Seniors' rights protected by law


The 9th day of the 9th lunar month is the traditional Chongyang Festival, or Double Ninth Festival, which falls on Oct 9 this year.

China pledges to streamline administrative approval, ease rules for foreign investors


The Chinese government on Saturday decided to streamline administrative approval, delegate more power to lower government levels and loosen rules on foreign investment in an attempt to revive the economy.