China's court system handled a total of 1.42 million cases concerning peer-to-peer lending in 2015. Courts at all levels correctly recognized the differences between P2P lending and illegal fund-raising, concluding 58,000 cases involving illegal fund-raising, financial fraud and other crimes, and convicting 72,000 criminals.
Chinese courts reviewed more than 1,357 criminal cases and corrected a number of wrongful convictions.
Chinese courts concluded the trial of 1,084 cases and convicted 1,419 criminals of harming state security and terrorist attacks in 2015.
The courts stepped up efforts against criminals who instigated1 secessionist activities; who led, organized and took part in terrorist groups; and who spread video and audio products about terrorism.
A total of 1.23 million people were found guilty in nearly 1.1 million criminal cases last year, a year-on-year increase of 4 percent and 7.5 percent respectively.
Chinese courts concluded 34,000 graft2 trials in 2015 with about 49,000 people involved in the cases, the figure included 134 officials at prefecture level and above.
China in 2015 concluded 6,221 criminal cases using cyber for fraud, crimes of provoking troubles or other crimes.
China's court system in 2015 concluded 19,000 criminal cases involving environmental pollution and undermining resources, up 18.8 percent year on year.
Chinese courts have concluded trials for Zhou Yongkang and 15 other senior officials, showcasing the Party and the country's resolute3 determination in cracking down on corruption4.
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