With a regulation for car-hailing services just around the corner, internet and judicial specialists are talking about how big a role it will play in the industry after a tragedy involving a car-hailing app in Shenzhen.
China will conduct a one-month, sweeping examination of a series of incentives encouraging private investment that were designed to boost the role of such investment in the country's economic development.
The Foreign Ministry said on Wednesday that China holds a "strong opposition" against a UN human rights experts' remarks about the country's law regarding the management of foreign non-governmental organizations.
The central government, faced with slowing growth of private investments, will inspect a nationwide implementation of policies that encourage private capital to enter new fields in hopes of boosting China's economic vitality and international competiveness.
China's State Council said on Wednesday that the country will intensify crackdowns on intellectual property rights (IPR) infringement and the production and sales of counterfeit goods this year, particularly in the Internet sector.
China's top legislature announced Wednesday the beginning of a nationwide inspection on water conservation law enforcement to aid agricultural water conservation and strengthen protection of water resources.
China will test a new policy that aims to make the import and export of gold a lot easier, according to a statement jointly issued by the People's Bank of China and the General Administration of Customs.