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Administrations warn consumers about “Double 11”


As Double 11, the annual online shopping festival approaches, local industry and commerce administrations remind consumers to safeguard their rights and interests.

Parents await details on profit rules


Parents and academic administrators are taking a wait-and-see attitude regarding new rules that bar elite private schools from profiting from tuition paid for Chinese children in grades one to nine.

New online security law no barrier for trade


China's first Cybersecurity Law, unveiled on Monday, is not an attempt to block foreign web products and services, according to the nation's top internet watchdog.

Info-sharing to streamline exit-entry


A nationwide platform for sharing and searching exit-entry information is being considered in China, according to the central government.

Judicial transparency report shows verdict openness needs improvement


Making achievements in judicial transparency, China's top judge asked courts at all levels to improve on standards of verdict openness, calling for legal analysis before the release of information.

Man jailed for procuring prostitutes


A man involved in a high-profile case in which a woman claimed she was assaulted in a Beijing hotel has been jailed for two years for procuring prostitutes.

Abused children to be assigned temporary guardians


Children who have been abused by their parents should be assigned a "temporary guardian" by the courts while a decision is being made on their future, China's top legislature has said.

New Party rules hailed


Two sets of rules adopted at a key Party meeting - one on the norms of political life within the Party and the other on tightening internal supervision - will help tackle pressing problems in the Party and improve Party governance, senior officials said on Friday.

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