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Customs officers hit smugglers of ivory products


Chinese customs officers confiscated nearly 300 kilograms of ivory products in 22 cases from January to May, according to the General Administration of Customs on Wednesday.

Tycoon appeals conviction for embezzlement


The rehearing of a high-profile retrial involving Gu Chujun, a tycoon who made his fortune in China selling household electrical appliances, started at 8:30 am on Wednesday in the First Circuit Court under the Supreme People’s Court in Shenzhen, Guangdong province.

Rumored lender restrictions refuted


Chinese regulators will not block private or low-rated companies from granting loans, according to two officials who handle corporate debt issuance applications at local regulatory bodies.

Former provincial legislator stands trial for bribery


Yang Chongyong, a former senior legislator of North China's Hebei province, stood trial Tuesday for taking bribes at the Second Intermediate People's Court of Tianjin Municipality.

Zhejiang publishes white paper on environmental trials


Zhejiang Provincial Higher People's Court published a white paper on the trials of environmental cases on June 5, the 47th World Environment Day, in an effort to crack down on environmental crimes and manage ecosystems.

Stronger punishments, better awareness urged to combat sexual assault of minors


A number of high-profile cases have prompted a review of school safety measures and parental oversight, as Zhang Yan reports.

China publishes wanted list for cultural relics crime


The Ministry of Public Security on Monday issued a class-A arrest warrant for 10 major fugitives involved in cultural relics crime.

Procuratorate pledges greater anti-abuse efforts


National prosecuting departments will redouble efforts to combat crimes against minors in schools or kindergartens, according to a statement issued by the Supreme People's Procuratorate and related bodies.