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For nation's anti-graft campaign, no slowdown

[2016-03-14 06:41]

China will continue to expose and punish corrupt senior government and Party officials, judicial authorities said on Sunday, after figures showed a rise in prosecutions last year.

Chinese lawmakers file 462 motions at annual parliamentary session

[2016-03-13 20:32]

Lawmakers have filed 462 motions to the secretariat of the fourth session of the 12th National People's Congress (NPC), an official said Sunday.

New data shows China's fight on corruption

[2016-03-13 08:42]

Last year, the national prosecuting departments stepped up the fight against corrupt high-ranking officials and investigated 41 for alleged graft.

New report releases China's court data

[2016-03-13 08:36]

Courts across China sentenced more than 1,400 people for jeopardizing national security and committing violent terrorist attacks last year, according to a work report of the country's top court.

Court data sees progress in China's judicial system

[2016-03-13 08:34]

Prosecutors last year have intensified supervision over police and judicial systems to prevent miscarriages in justice, said an annual work report of the Supreme People's Procuratorate.

Lawmaker's calendar offers inside look at NPC process

[2016-03-13 06:45]

The annual session of the National People's Congress (NPC) is the most high-profile event of China's top legislature, and it is also the culmination of 12 busy months for more than 2,900 NPC deputies.

CSRC says IPO reform needed but will come at the right time

[2016-03-12 21:10]

China must adopt the registration-based initial public offering or IPO system eventually, the chief of the securities regulator said in Beijing on Saturday.

Panel chief assures SOE reform won't cause massive lay-offs

[2016-03-12 16:22]

China's restructuring of State-owned enterprises or SOEs will not cause a "wave of lay-offs", said Xiao Yaqing, head of the State-owned Assets Supervision and Administration Commission of the State Council.