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Suspected ivory traders go on trial in Beijing


Six men have gone on trial in Beijing for allegedly participating in the illegal ivory trade.

Beijing court files first internet trademark dispute


A Beijing court has filed the first trademark dispute in the internet financial industry and accepted the plaintiff's application to preserve evidence.

China working on disaster insurance legislation


With flooding becoming more serious in the Yangtze River area, He Hao, the deputy-director of the China Insurance Regulatory Commission has said that China is trying to complete its work on disaster-insurance legislation before the year 2017, Guangzhou Daily has reported.

27 officials tied to illegal demolition


A number of officials in Central China's Hunan province have been investigated and punished after a recent illegal demolition resulted in a woman's death.

Online family kitchen to be supervised


An official from China Food and Drug Administration said that online food safety regulation will be unveiled next week and tougher enforcement and sterner punishments will be introduced. Over this issue, Xinhua News Agency said that “online family kitchen” should be supervised and regulated.

Real-name registration, not enough to eliminate telecom fraud


After China’s Ministry of Industry and Information Technology issued a stricter mobile phone real-name registration policy, Xinhua News Agency said the policy can reduce telecommunication fraud, but is not enough to fully contain it.

Campaign launched to minimize medical disputes


Nine Chinese governmental departments announced over the weekend that they had joined forces to minimize medical disputes, reduce related crimes and ensure safety in the industry.

Top court holds meeting to promote reform


China will deepen judicial reform and promote self-improvement and development of its judicial system with Chinese features, according to a meeting held on July 8.