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New rules that take effect on April 1

By Wang Zhaokun | | Updated: 2017-03-30 09:50

Several important rules and regulations will change or take effect on Saturday, as April 1 marks the start of the second quarter of 2017. The rules range from regulations on foreigners working in China to protection of Maritime Silk Road cultural heritage.

New rules that take effect on April 1

Foreign job seekers at job fair in Beijing, Nov 5, 2016. [Photo/VCG]

New foreigner's work permit in China

A new foreigners' work permit administration system is to go into effect on April 1. The Employment Permit for Foreigners and the Foreign Expert Work Permit are integrated into the Foreigner's Work Permit in China. The new program makes it more simple and transparent for foreigners to apply for a work permit in the country.

More administrative charges called off

Another 41 administrative charges will be cancelled across the country on April 1, according to a new government regulation. Among them are housing transfer fees and the marriage registration fee, which are closely related to everyday life.

Electric equipment required on commercial buses

China's new regulation on commercial buses will take effect on April 1. The rule makes it compulsory for all commercial buses to be equipped with a Lane Departure Warning (LDW) system and Forward Collision Warning (FCW) system.

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