The Arnhem Leeuwarden Court of Appeal, Netherlands, ruled in 2015 to recognize and enforce a Chinese judgment, which marks the first time that a Dutch court has recognized a Chinese monetary judgment.
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The case also marks the first time that a Singapore judgment has been recognized in China since the signing of China-Singapore Memorandum of Guidance in 2018.
China to Centralize Jurisdiction over International Cases, Starting from Hainan's Two Foreign-related Tribunals
Hainan's newly-established First and Second Foreign-related Civil and Commercial Tribunals marks China's first step towards a more centralized administration system on international cases.
The Case of Huizhi Liu is the third Chinese judgment recognized in the U.S. and the first in New York.
Shanghai High Court released the 2018 White Paper on the Trial of Financial Cases in Shanghai Courts in Chinese and English versions.
China's Supreme People's Court is trying to help Chinese judges better ascertain foreign law, and has established a one-stop platform for this purpose.
Dr. Meng Yu, founder of China Justice Observer, did a live video interview with CGTN during which she expressed her views on China's Internet courts.
China's Supreme People's Procuratorate (SPP) has begun to disclose its data periodically, covering arrest, criminal charges and public interest litigation, etc.
The white paper was issued by China's Supreme People's Court in the World Internet Conference in Wuzhen. You may gain a better understanding of how Chinese courts are applying internet technologies and hearing internet-related cases.
Meet Internet Courts, A Tech Incubator of Chinese Judiciary: Inside China's Internet Courts Series -07
New technologies will be piloted in Internet courts and further flow into all other courts in China.