Shanghai Composite Index Fell 0.79% on Thursday
Below is a rundown of the top China business and finance stories, plus other news for the day:
Energy-rich Xinjiang region generates 34% more electricity in first half; Zhengzhou Coal resumes output after safety inspections; Guangzhou Development in LNG deal with BP
Chartered flight to evacuate Chinese from deteriorating security situation results in one of China’s largest imported clusters of the pandemic
Regulators blast Minsheng Bank, Guosen Securities and Guangdong Nanyue Bank for volume-inflating round-trip transactions in a warning to the market
State Council plans monetary policy instruments to encourage funding for clean energy and carbon reduction projects
Test of platform led by Hong Kong to involve banks and exchanges in Thailand, the United Arab Emirates, the Chinese mainland and Hong Kong, HKMA chief says
In wake of Didi probe, Beijing vows tougher supervision of overseas listed Chinese companies
Contract smartphone-maker to buy Newport Wafer Fab through its Nexperia Dutch unit, even as one British politician raises concerns
Regulators have stepped up efforts to crush cryptocurrency trading and are now aiming to wipe out Bitcoin mining in the country
Beijing urges U.S. to reconsider alleged visa denials to hundreds of grad students, and Elon Musk admits to underestimating difficulties of autonomous driving
Deal marks one of biggest acquisitions to date for owner of the Lianjia and Beike residential property brands
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