China's State Council has detailed rules for the enforcement of an upcoming environment protection tax law, which takes effect on Jan. 1, 2018.
China’s top court held a conference on Dec 29, reviewing the working achievements of the past years and introducing the new plan for 2018.
Judicial police and security personnel in Beihai Maritime Court underwent a year-end appraisal by the chief of the Guangxi Zhuang Autonomous Region High People’s Court on Dec 21.
A Guangzhou Maritime Court delegation, led by its president Ye Liudong, headed to the China Nansha International Arbitration Center for investigation and research on Dec 19.
A port and shipping enterprise investigation group led by Ye Liudong, president of Guangzhou Maritime Court, visited Guangzhou Shipyard International for investigation and research on Dec 19.
Procedures in a new detention system that aims to formally safeguard the rights of those under investigation will be regulated, according to a draft law.
A senior Party official pledged that judicial and law enforcement agencies will try to create a "fair, transparent and predictable" legal environment for sustainable economic growth on Dec 21.