Shanghai Composite Index Fell 1.07% on Wednesday
Below is a rundown of the top China business and finance stories, plus other news for the day:
In the face of efficacy and safety concerns, China becomes the world’s top exporter of coronavirus shots as logistics companies ramp up flights
Americans deployed all five of the Navy’s specialized sub trackers successively for almost all of the first half, a Beijing-based think tank reports
Regulators jack up retail fuel prices again; Xinjiang Daqo New Energy to sell shares on STAR Market; Huadian Energy estimates a first-half loss
Slower expansion in the first half also reflects a return to normal for bond issuance after a surge last year to counter the pandemic’s economic impact
The latest data security probes may reshape how products are developed for the domestic and overseas markets, experts say
Scientists call for better conservation to arrest declining fertility in key arable areas in Northeast China region
A timeline of Chinese regulators’ moves since the ride-hailing giant went public in the U.S. on June 30
Shanghai-based drug giant will sell 10 million doses of BioNTech’s cutting-edge Covid-19 vaccine to groups connected to local billionaire Terry Gou, chipmaker TSMC
Government rejects Tencent-led bid for game streaming merger, and Shanghai raises monthly minimum wage by $18.50
Despite the boom in foreign trade this year, headwinds are growing and policymakers are getting ready to help
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