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- Manufacturers subject to latest rules on drug recalls
Drug safety watchdog yesterday announced a new provision that obliges all manufacturers of imported drugs to provide Chinese authorities with full details of product recalls in a bid to avoid potential health hazards.
- Ban on pig farming to go ahead: Official
The Dongguan government will proceed with its plan to ban pig farming in the city from 2009, a top official said at the weekend.
- Measure to combat hoarding of land
The latest State measure to curb land hoarding was released by several ministries on Monday.
- New small coal mines banned
The Chinese government on Thursday released a coal industry policy document, putting a ban on new coal mines with an annual capacity below 300,000 tons.
- Favorable policies offered for one-child families
China will offer a large range of benefits to families that have followed the country's family-planning policy, a government circular said on Monday.
- China targets corruption among fire-fighting officials
Chinese fire-fighting officials and their spouse and children are banned from running companies related to fire-fighting facilities and fire protection materials.
- Migrant workers to get equal rights
Migrant workers who were previously farmers will get the same labor rights as their counterparts from towns and cities starting next year, under a new regulation by the Ministry of Labor and Social Security (MLSS).
- Regulation to curb bike theft
Bike makers will start to place serial numbers on their products from Dec. 1 this year, in an effort to thwart bicycle thieves.
- Guangzhou: Foreigners required to declare tax
From tomorrow, foreigners and overseas Chinese in this southern city will have to declare their personal income for tax purposes.
- CPC publishes key policy changes in Party constitution
The Communist Party of China (CPC) published on Thursday its newly amended Party constitution, revealing for the first time many landmark changes in its major political, economic and social guidelines and policies.
- First index system for textile industry
China's Ministry of Commerce (MOC) announced on Sunday the establishment of the country's first-ever textile index system.
- Tough new rules for Taihu Lake
The affluent Jiangsu Province has introduced an even tougher regulation to curb water pollutants discharged into the Taihu Lake, a source with the provincial environmental protection authority said.
- Preferential power price policies cancelled
Enterprises with high-energy consumption will no longer enjoy preferential power price policies, according to a notice issued by three central government departments on October 11.
- Foreigners to face employment restrictions
South China's Guangdong Province is drafting a regulation to restrict the employment of foreigners and to ban them from certain jobs.
- Guangxi to fill cars with ethanol fuel by Dec.
Southwest China's Guangxi Zhuang Autonomous Region plans to promote the use of ethanol fuel for cars to replace gasoline by the end of the year in a bid to ease the region's strained fuel supply and reduce car exhaust pollution.
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