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.
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.
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.
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 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.
A number of high-profile cases have prompted a review of school safety measures and parental oversight, as Zhang Yan reports.
The Ministry of Public Security on Monday issued a class-A arrest warrant for 10 major fugitives involved in cultural relics crime.
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.