Copyright disputes between new and traditional media are growing, and require a mature copyright protection system, according to a new report.
Now that the value-added tax has become a reality, a number of experts have said that China has new opportunities to change the goods and services tax, Economic Information Daily reported on June 20.
Anhui province has banned alcoholic beverages at official banquets, except those held to attract investment or involving foreign affairs.
Twenty-six suspects in a baby-trafficking case stood trial from Wednesday to Friday in Zhejiang province, with some of them stating they were helping find good parents for vulnerable babies.
The Beijing Intellectual Property Court has accepted an appeal by Apple to review a ruling by the capital's patent office ordering the company to halt the sales of its iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus in Beijing after finding the design too closely resembles a Chinese phone.
When a used car platform recently sued a free website for classified ads for trademark infringement by misdirecting readers to a second website, the two ended up in a lengthy, heated debate.
The 2nd round of the China-US high-level dialogue on fighting cyber-crime took place in Beijing, on June 14, with the purpose of continuing the consensus reached by China’s president, Xi Jinping, and the US president, Barack Obama, during Xi’s September 2015 visit to the United States and cooperating in fighting cyber-crime and protecting networks.
China's central government has ordered all central ministerial agencies, governments and Communist Party committees above the country-level and state-owned enterprises (SOE) to adopt a legal counsel system before 2017, a major step to promote rule of law.