SAMR, which oversees advertising, said any illegal adverts will result in “serious” punishments as part of a “a high-pressure regulatory environment”. Photo: Shutterstock
SAMR, which oversees advertising, said any illegal adverts will result in “serious” punishments as part of a “a high-pressure regulatory environment”. Photo: Shutterstock

China reiterates ban on online and offline advertising for off-campus tutoring as it keeps up pressure on industry

  • The ban is part of wider government efforts to implement a July policy that prohibits anyone from making a profit from tutoring for school curriculum classes
  • SAMR has already uncovered 1,570 illegal advertising cases, and fines totalling a combined 30.6 million yuan have been issued

Topic |   China education
SAMR, which oversees advertising, said any illegal adverts will result in “serious” punishments as part of a “a high-pressure regulatory environment”. Photo: Shutterstock
SAMR, which oversees advertising, said any illegal adverts will result in “serious” punishments as part of a “a high-pressure regulatory environment”. Photo: Shutterstock
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