China mulls tax, household registration, judicial reforms
                 English.news.cn | 2014-06-06 16:59:32 | Editor: Mengjie

BEIJING, June 6 (Xinhua) -- China's Leading Group for Overall Reform convened its third meeting on Friday, deliberating on plans to reform the country's finance, taxation and household registration systems.

The meeting, presided over by Chinese President and the group's head Xi Jinping, also approved two documents on piloting reform of the judicial system and a plan to set up special courts on intellectual property rights.

It was also attended by deputy group leaders Li Keqiang, Liu Yunshan and Zhang Gaoli, all of whom are members of the Standing Committee of the Communist Party of China Central Committee's Political Bureau.

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