Top court to make judicial relief process smoother

China's top court said it would spend more effort in handling cases regarding the Belt and Road Initiative to offer better legal services for litigants from home and abroad.

  • Top judge: Justice system progressing

    Chinese judicial authorities have strived to prevent wrongful convictions and better protect human rights in the past year and will continue to do so this year, according to the work reports of the top court and top procuratorate, which were released on Tuesday.

  • Nation strengthens IPR protections

    China has intensified its efforts to protect intellectual property rights over the past year, with more steps planned for this year, such as amending the Patent Law to substantially increase the cost of infringement, authorities said on Tuesday.

  • Courts keeping tabs on those who remain in debt

    More than 3.6 million people who previously owed money have complied with court rulings to repay since China's top court promised to resolve verdict enforcement problems three years ago, the Supreme People's Court said in its annual work report on Tuesday.

  • Highlights of Supreme People's Court work report

    Chief Justice Zhou Qiang delivered the work report of the Supreme People's Court (SPC) at a plenary meeting of the Second Session of the 13th National People's Congress on March 12 in Beijing.