Shanghai Composite Index Fell 1.34% on Thursday
Below is a rundown of the top China business and finance stories, plus other news for the day:
Bidders for the $46 billion business with a prominent role in China’s chipmaking ambitions include SOEs from Guangdong, Beijing and Wuxi, plus Alibaba
HarmonyOS-based software replaces grab bag of Linux, Unix and Windows systems and promises greater efficiency and safety in mining
Scandal-plagued bad-debt manager moves to speed up revitalization and restructuring following announcement of rescue plan led by Citic
After sweeping rule changes sank shares in industries from after-school tutoring to big tech, some investors have cried foul and nearly everyone is pushing for more predictability
China’s two epidemic prevention mini programs on Alipay combined and Uniqlo boss loses crown as the richest person in Japan
‘Southbound leg’ of Bond Connect will complete the two-way trading system between domestic and offshore institutional investors
AIM Vaccine tries again after first bid was knocked back in July as it seeks to raise capital amid a domestic race to develop mRNA Covid-19 vaccines
Yum China says spread of the coronavirus variant and subsequent travel restrictions has ‘sharply reduced sales’
The practice of turning platforms into ‘walled gardens’ is common, with some of the biggest players also the biggest offenders
The five-year action plan aims to eliminate workplace gender discrimination and prevent crimes against minors
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