China makes new laws to regulate hi-tech sector a major priority for next five years

China’s leadership has vowed to ramp up legislation to regulate tech firms and ensure the supporting legal system keeps up with the pace of the country’s digital economy as a policy priority for the next five years.The focus on regulating areas such as internet finance, artificial intelligence and big data was highlighted in the Communist Party’s detailed blueprint to overhaul the country’s legal system as part of a broader five-year plan.“[We must] follow and study closely legal systems…

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