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China to strengthen regulation on real estate agencies


Chinese authorities have unveiled guidelines to improve regulations on real estate agencies, which have become a major source of customer complaints due to misleading information.

Phoning while driving may become a crime


Police in Shanghai and Hangzhou have recently begun ticketing drivers for using their cell phones while driving. In fact, in this year’s National People’s Congress, some representatives controversially proposed making mobile phone use during driving a crime.

New regulations for permanent Beijing resident permits announced


On Aug. 11, Beijing Municipal government unveiled a new set of trial regulations for permanent Beijing resident permits based on a point system, which will be put into effect on Jan 1, 2017.

Anti-doping, legal problems in Olympic Games


Anti-doping, or the fight to control that usage, has gradually become a legal program. In the current Brazilian Olympic Games, it has again aroused people’s attention.

Overworked officers quitting profession


Country needs another 6,000 qualified crime scene investigators to fill vacant positions. Cao Yin reports.

Keeping the cab-hailing business competition fairer


There’s been quite a bit of controversy over the relatively recent online cab-hailing business that has joined the regular taxi service after China passed a draft of a ruling on it.

Chinese law firms 'lag behind' in IT


Chinese lawyers are bracing for an IT revolution now that more and more of their clients are expanding ties and interests around the world.

Legality of non-local cars in Beijing ride-hailing services under study


Responding to reports that non-local cars will be excluded from the city's online car-hailing business, Beijing's transport authority said regulations are still being studied.

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