Shanghai Composite Index Ended Nearly Flat on Monday
Below is a rundown of the top China business and finance stories, plus other news for the day:
New requirements for government cybersecurity reviews in proposed IPOs adds to headwinds for tech companies seeking foreign share sales
Two state-owned firms are looking to sell off nearly 99% of the equity of Dajia, the company created to take over the assets of the scandal-plagued Chinese insurer
The national emissions trading scheme is designed to give companies an incentive to cut their emissions as the country transitions to low-carbon economy
Money-losing Chinese EV-maker aims to grab a slice of the increasingly competitive market
China is well-poised to maintain its position as the world’s factory by virtue of its advantages in big data, AI, automation and intelligent production capacity, writes Kai-fu Lee
China opens coal reserves to ease tight supply as output falls in June; first-half steel production rises 11.8%; China-built solar farm in Singapore starts operation
Xia Baolong declares that legislation kept ‘Hong Kong safe, secure and peaceful’ since it was enacted in June 2020
Central bank white paper reports 20.8 million users made 70.7 million transactions and says tests will continue
Banking and securities regulators will take a second year to unravel financial risks in pieces of fallen tycoon Xiao Jianhua’s former empire
International Air Transport Association’s mobile app launched in March shows verified virus tests and vaccinations as 70 airlines sign up to give it a try
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