Chinese courts focus on improving foreign-related justice
Chinese courts have been required to focus more on educating talent for handling disputes involving foreign litigants and expand judiciary cooperation in more fields to fully improve the quality and efficiency of foreign-related justice.
The requirements were put forwarded by the Supreme People’s Court, the country’s top court, when it held a meeting related to the court’s work on Friday.
Courts nationwide have been ordered to take a coordinated approach to promoting the rule of law domestically and in matters involving foreign litigants, trying the best to build a higher-level foreign-related trial system.
While planning to recommend more outstanding judges to serve in international organizations and judicial departments in other countries, the top court added that it will also accelerate the cultivation and reserve of talent to meet the needs of China’s strategies.
Over the past decade, Chinese courts have stepped up efforts in improving their judicial credibility around the world by increasing international judiciary exchanges and optimizing measures of case handling.
News from: Supreme People’s Court of the People’s Republic of China.