Zhou Qiang, president of the Supreme People's Court, inspected courts in Central China’s Henan province from Oct 15 to 17.
Chinese courts have been ordered to improve the business environment by protecting intellectual property and the legitimate rights of entrepreneurs as well as by safeguarding data security, including that dealing with personal information.
The SPC will further strengthen the research and application of international law, give full play to the judicial function, firmly maintain the international order based on international law.
China's chief justice on Sept 9 called for a higher level of judicial cooperation among BRICS countries to jointly deal with risks and challenges.
Zhou Qiang Zhou was born in April 1960, in Huangmei county, Hubei province. He studied civil law at the Southwest University of Political Science Law and has a master’s degree in law.
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