Shanghai Composite Index Rose 1.05% on Monday
Below is a rundown of the top China business and finance stories, plus other news for the day:
While some now challenge the ‘zero-case’ Covid strategy as too costly, others say it works and China should expand medical resources for long-term virus coexistence
The public-interest civil suit says the tech firm’s ‘youth mode’ breaches national law protecting minors, without saying how
Local experts discuss the spread of the highly infectious strain and overseas vaccine options
E-commerce giant tells investors the government has stopped treating some of its businesses as Key Software Enterprises which earn a preferential 10% tax rate
Goods exported at slowest clip all year as analysts warn new outbreaks could drag on recovery
China has launched its long-awaited national carbon trading market, marking a major step by the world’s largest greenhouse gas emitter to realize ambitious climate goals.
Six ‘dream teams’ dominate their events, and rising stars in other sports pitch in as the handed-down spirit of previous generations pays off, sports commentator Yang Wang writes
Shanghai Electric president dies in fall at age 50; coal mining profits double in first half; lithium stocks surge; Ganfeng Lithium to invest $1.3 billion in battery projects
American investment giant joins BlackRock as rivals line up for approval to tap the wealth market amid easing controls on financial services
Central bank and top economic planner lead five central government bodies in imposing standards to clean up a scandal-plagued industry
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