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Chinese mainland to offer people from HK, Macao and Taiwan better service

Updated: Jun 29,2018 9:44 PM     Xinhua

BEIJING — The Chinese mainland will streamline administrative approvals for people from Hong Kong, Macao and Taiwan to study and work on the mainland, Justice Minister Fu Zhenghua said on June 29.

To cut red tape and promote service-oriented governance, the State Council has issued a circular, canceling documents that are not required by law by the end of 2018.

Fu said the mainland will provide more convenient services for people from these regions to study, run businesses or start up companies.

He added that the Ministry of Justice had already taken measures to streamline application procedures for Hong Kong, Macao and Taiwan residents to take the National Judicial Examination, the professional qualification for lawyers, judges, prosecutors and other related careers.