China has issued a plan on building the rule of law.
Henan province is making persistent effort to create a first-rate business environment with high-quality legal services.
China's ongoing efforts to integrate its nonemergency government hotlines will make it easier for the public to have their voices heard and improve the efficiency of administrative services, an official said on Thursday.
China is steadily advancing the efforts to build a peaceful China and the rule of law under the guidance of Xi Jinping Thought on the Rule of Law.
The BRILA has grown into the world's sixth largest international lawyers' organization since its birth in December 2019.
Chinese President Xi Jinping, also general secretary of the Communist Party of China Central Committee and chairman of the Central Military Commission, has stressed the significance of the Civil Code.
Chinese authorities have ordered strengthened efforts to provide necessary assistance and help for military veterans during judicial proceedings if they are facing difficulties.
Premier Li Keqiang heard a report on the third-party assessment of the implementation of the Regulation on Improving the Business Environment while chairing the State Council Executive Meeting on Monday.
China's Civil Code will help people be braver in saying "no" to things that disturb their private lives, including prank calls and spam messages, as it strengthens protection of their privacy and personal information, legal professionals said.
China's Civil Code officially takes effect on Friday, replacing the country's previous standalone civil laws.
The Beijing Municipal Bureau of Justice formulated the “Administrative Measures for Registration of Business Offices Established by Overseas Arbitration Institutions in China (Beijing) Pilot Free Trade Zone”.
China's special regulation on government inspection is intended to endow governments at county levels and above with rights to conduct supervision on administrative bodies and ensure that inspections are conducted in a standardized manner.