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No News on Whether Provinces to Implement Toll Free Travel

No News on Whether Provinces to Implement Toll Free Travel

The city transport authorities stated that they are still waiting for the notice from provincial authorities on whether expressways will be toll free during Spring Festival Eve on January 30. The State Council policies have required that the country’s highways should offer toll free travel to passenger vehicles with seven seats or less and motorcycles [...]

Jan 15 2014, 10:23 am | Posted in Civil | Read More »

Commission Plans to Expand Hours to Roadside Parking

Commission Plans to Expand Hours to Roadside Parking

The city transport commission is planning to expand the hours for free roadside parking during night after suggestions from representatives came to the hearing of the newly proposed parking fees. The transport commission also said that it will now allow vehicles to park on roadsides for a certain amount of time before being charged or [...]

Jan 8 2014, 7:33 am | Posted in Civil | Read More »

City Implements New Laws as a New Year Starts

City Implements New Laws as a New Year Starts

As the year 2014 enters the city implemented several new laws especially on issues on smoking control, elevator management, dump truck regulation personal information protection and medical insurance. The city also added new safety regulations for the use of special equipment such as the removal of elevators that failed their safety evaluations. Building administrators that [...]

Jan 2 2014, 8:37 am | Posted in Civil | Read More »

Persuading Smokers to Stop is First Method to be Used by Law Enforcers

Persuading Smokers to Stop is First Method to be Used by Law Enforcers

Persuading people to stop smoking will be the primary method that law enforcers will be using to prevent people from smoking in non smoking public places which will take effect in March 1 after Shenzhen revised its smoking control regulations. Individual smokers will be pulled aside to be talked with and be issued a warning. [...]

Dec 31 2013, 7:34 am | Posted in Civil | Read More »

Hearing on the Free 15 Minutes Roadside Parking Attended by Lawmakers and Residents

Hearing on the Free 15 Minutes Roadside Parking Attended by Lawmakers and Residents

Local lawmakers along with residents were present at a hearing on roadside parking fees that was held last Saturday and are hoping that transport authorities will implement a 15 minute free parking. The fifteen minute free parking will allow drivers to park on the roadside to do quick errands such as going to the bathroom [...]

Dec 30 2013, 10:40 am | Posted in Civil | Read More »

Bill on Family Planning Policy Shelved for Further Review

Bill on Family Planning Policy Shelved for Further Review

The bill that allows couples to have two children if either parent was an only child was shelved by top legislature for further review the State Council and the Cabinet submitted a bill that will adjust the family planning policy in the country in the bi monthly session of the Standing Committee of the National [...]

Dec 24 2013, 11:40 am | Posted in Civil | Read More »

Ministry Releases New Guidelines in Hukou Reform

Ministry Releases New Guidelines in Hukou Reform

The Ministry of Public Security along with eleven other ministries and commissions drafted a reform plan and released new guidelines for the hukou or household registration system in China. once the new guidelines is approved by the central government it will be immediately place into effect as the country plans to create a new hukou [...]

Dec 18 2013, 7:30 am | Posted in Civil | Read More »

China to Increase Import Tax on Non Alloyed Metal

China to Increase Import Tax on Non Alloyed Metal

China is planning to increase the import tax on non alloyed nickel to 1 percent in 2014 compared to the zero percent increase that happened in 2013 a move that financial experts say that could reduce the oversupply in the domestic market. China is considered as one of the top nickel consumer and importer of [...]

Dec 17 2013, 11:34 am | Posted in Taxation | Read More »

Commission to Implement New Smoking Fine by Next Year

Commission to Implement New Smoking Fine by Next Year

Based on the new Shenzhen smoking control regulations all operators and administrators of public places that fail to fulfill the duty of banning smoking in this places will now be fine 30,000 yuan and the new fine will take effect on March 1st. The non smoking places are indoor public work spaces, school, parks, medical [...]

Dec 13 2013, 7:36 am | Posted in Fines and Penalties | Read More »

Changes in 2014 Public Holidays Released

Changes in 2014 Public Holidays Released

The Chinese Cabinet and the State Council has released the arrangements for next year’s public holidays which kept the Golden Week holidays set for the Spring Festival and National Day but removed the Chinese New Year Eve. Next year’s Spring Festival will start on January 31 which is the first day of the lunar New [...]

Dec 12 2013, 9:25 am | Posted in Civil | Read More »

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