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    2016-09-14  08:53    Shenzhen Daily

    Service fees

    Alibaba’s mobile payment system Alipay will start to charge service fees for cash withdrawals (balance transfer from Alipay accounts to bank deposit accounts) from October 12, it announced on Monday.

    Individual users have a quota* of 20,000 yuan (US$3,175), for their lifetime, within which any withdrawal is free. Alipay will charge a 0.1-percent service fee on each transaction with a minimum fee of 0.1 yuan per transaction if the total amount exceeds this quota, according to an official statement of the country’s leading third-party online payment.

    Prison conditions

    China will further improve the conditions of prisons and detention houses and will make other efforts to safeguard* the legitimate* rights and interests of detainees, a white paper said on Monday.

    Named “New Progress in the Judicial Protection of Human Rights in China,” the white paper said the country will enhance scrutiny of supervisory activities and the execution of punishment, standardize commutation, parole and execution of sentence outside prison.

    Work permits

    China will pilot a program to streamline* work application papers for foreigners in an effort to attract more talent.

    The pilot program, which unifies two work permits required by foreigners to just one, will cover the cities of Shanghai, Beijing, and Tianjin as well as Hebei, Anhui, Shandong, Guangdong and Sichuan provinces and Ningxia Hui Autonomous Region, from October to March, according to the State Administration of Foreign Experts Affairs.

    Telecom fraud

    Chinese police have brought 129 telecom fraud suspects back from Armenia, the Ministry of Public Security (MPS) announced on September 7.

    The suspects include 51 from the Chinese mainland and 78 from Taiwan. They are suspected of involvement* in fraud cases in over 10 provincial-level regions on the Chinese mainland. Armenian law enforcement detected suspicious activity by the suspects this year and reported their findings to Chinese police.

    (SD-Agencies)

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