De­fault­ers’ travel get­ting tougher

China Daily (Hong Kong) - - CHINA -

Peo­ple who have failed to ful­fill court or­ders will be un­able to travel by plane, sleeper train, or first-class coaches on high-speed trains us­ing their pass­ports, ac­cord­ing to the Supreme Peo­ple’s Court. Pre­vi­ously, as courts only had the ID card in­for­ma­tion of de­fault­ers, air­lines and rail­way com­pa­nies could only bar de­fault­ers from pur­chas­ing tick­ets based on ID card in­for­ma­tion pro­vided by courts. The SPC and po­lice for­mu­lated a sys­tem for brows­ing pass­port in­for­ma­tion on­line, and the SPC paired de­fault­ers’ pass­port in­for­ma­tion with their ID card num­bers so that pass­ports will no longer be a vi­able al­ter­na­tive. Asia, is near­ing com­ple­tion. The num­ber of daily vis­i­tors has dropped to less than 10,000 from 70,000 at its peak, and ac­cord­ing to the Xicheng district gov­ern­ment, more than 5,000 ten­ants have signed in­tent agree­ments with com­mer­cial mar­kets in neigh­bor­ing Tian­jin mu­nic­i­pal­ity and He­bei prov­ince, and the re­main­ing re­lo­ca­tion work will be com­pleted soon. The re­lo­ca­tion of the mar­ket, which was built in the mid1980s, be­gan in 2014.

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