Judges have called on lawmakers to clearly define illegal private lending and provide guidelines for the police, prosecutors and courts as soon as possible to prevent financial risks.
Customs authorities in East China's Jiangsu province have busted a major network involved in smuggling more than 100,000 tonnes of fuel.
The Supreme People’s Court has released ten typical maritime case reports of 2017 demonstrating that it gives full play to the role of judicial guarantees in building maritime trade.
The Beihai Maritime Court held a media conference on August 8 to explain its work on basic resolution of enforcement difficulties including its work to end problems where judgment defaulters refuse enforcement.
A delegation led by the president of the Tianjin Maritime Court went to Xiongan New Area for investigation and research on July 27.
China's customs authority has seized 987,900 tonnes of illegal trash imports so far this year, up 157 percent year on year, the General Administration of Customs (GAC) said on Wednesday.
China's Ministry of Public Security is soliciting public opinion on a draft regulation on national compensation procedures, which requires organs with compensatory obligations to make a decision within two months.