Move to facilitate the construction of the free trade zone of the capital pilot, mediators are expected to force themselves in the resolution of disputes in Beijing courts to improve the capacity of the judiciary to handle matters related to foreigner , said a head judge of China's cutting court.

"We encourage participation because foreign mediators are more familiar with the laws, customs and commercial habits in areas where they are, which will help the courts throughout the city, will resolve the Commercial cases related to the foreigner, "said Wang Shumei, Judge Judge of the Civil Division No 4 of the Supreme Court.

The measure was highlighted in a guide issued by the upper court on Friday to facilitate the construction of the Beijing pilot free trade zone and the demonstration area for more opening the service sector.

Wang said Nationwide has seen that the number of cases related to abroad grow rapidly, adding that Chinese courts listened to 22,330 such disputes last year, 3 percent year over year.

She said that Beijing courts need to strengthen her ability to face matters related to abroad ", since the city is the country's international exchange center, and the establishment of the two zones causes new requirements And higher for the judiciary in this area. "

As she asks the judiciary to strengthen her ability to resolve international business disputes through mediation or arbitration, she also urged Beijing courts to do more jobs with colleges and institutes to improve application. of international law and explore new educational channels to develop international experience in the judiciary.

To help build the two zones, "the courts of the city have to make greater efforts to educate judicial talent on trade, investment, finance, taxes and information data," he added Wang.

The measures in the guide implement the requirements raised by President XI who tightened the progress of the rule of law in matters related to abroad to safeguard Sav Ereignty, national security and development interest, he said .

Focus on the construction of a foreign system related to the foreigner was also written in the recently adopted scheme of the 14th five-year plan (2021-25) for the economy. and social development and long-term objectives until 2035, Wang added.

by introducing the guide to the media on Friday, Tao Kaiyuan, Vice President of the Top Court, said that Beijing courts should create a solid legal environment for technological innovation and provides stronger legal support for digital economic development by punishing harshly those who infringe the rights of intellectual property.

As capital is the home of the main financial supervisory departments, the headquarters of many international financial institutions and a major financial infrastructure, said that the city courts should also concentrate their power to meet the reform Modern financial, which prevents financial risks and carrying out the financial strategy of the country.

"As the courts improve the diversified resolution of financial cases, they should also provide better legal protection for small and medium investors, financial consumers and financial institutions," Tao said.

A Fengde, Vice President of Beijing High People Court said that the newly established Beijing Financial Court will play a role in the management of civil and administrative disputes in the financial sector.

Capital will also increase the protection of data property and personal information, it added, with more research on new problems with respect to large data transactions.

The Tribunal Top issued a similar guide in January urging courts to promote judicial services to help accelerate the development of Hainan's free trade port.


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