Shanghai Composite Index Fell 0.22% on Thursday
Below is a rundown of the top China business and finance stories, plus other news for the day:
Hebei province plan for meeting Beijing’s ambitious carbon goals will weigh most heavily on Tangshan, the world’s biggest steel-producing city
NDRC vows to strengthen risk management in power system; steel industry association to cut output while curbing price surges; state railway to invest in SOE adjustment fund
Units of China Vanke and Country Garden Holdings eye Evergrande Property Services as troubled real estate giant unloads assets to pay down debt
CBIRC orders insurers to curb improper marketing and pricing practices and step up protection of user privacy in an extension of the government crackdown on internet commerce
Illicit trading of human placenta in China continues despite ban, and Evergrande in talks to sell stakes in EV and property services units
Chinese seafarers’ plea for help wasn’t accepted until video calling for aid spread on social media, sources said
High demand and hefty profits are prompting private tuition providers to change tactics
Requirement, set to take effect in the second half of 2022, tightens personal identification rules on the exchange to make it easier to ferret out misconduct
State-owned mobile carrier spends just 27 billion yuan of 87 billion yuan annual budget as weak demand for 5G equipment also weighed
Guangzhou Baiyun was the highest ranked airport in Chinese mainland, jumping 16 places to 14th in annual Skytrax survey
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