More than 900 fugitives are still on the run overseas, and China will strengthen judicial cooperation with relevant countries to repatriate them to face trial, according to the Central Commission for Discipline Inspection.
Judicial administrations and bar associations across China will set up legal teams to provide free services to private enterprises this year, the Ministry of Justice said on Wednesday.
Deputies to the National People's Congress and legal experts called for the establishment of a national credit law as soon as possible to accelerate the country's economic development and improve the rule of law.
Vaccine producers could be given harsh penalties for a range of violations, with substantial fines possible, under a new draft law from China's top market regulator after a major quality control scandal earlier this year.
Publicization of laws and policies on cracking down on gang-related crimes was conducted by the Longquan Municipal People's Procuratorate of Zhejiang province on Nov 7.
China will create a sound environment for private businesses by improving legal services and law enforcement, Minister of Justice Fu Zhenghua said on Nov 11.
Judicial officials take steps to safeguard online privacy.
Credit defaulters who provide tax services will be listed on the blacklist when their bad records reach 100 points, according to a recently released regulation on the credit integral system.