Prosecutors Approved 5,000 Arrests in 2018

Prosecutors Approved 5,000 Arrests in 2018

2019/3/1

Chinese prosecutors sued more than 8,000 people in intellectual property cases and approved the arrest of more than 5,000 suspects of IP crimes in 2018, Zheng Xinjian, a senior official from the Supreme People's Procuratorate, said on Friday. In 2014, Chinese prosecutors began an operation targeting crimes against food and drug safety.

Source: China.com.cn, China Daily




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