Shanghai Composite Index Fell 0.1% on Thursday
Below is a rundown of the top China business and finance stories, plus other news for the day:
September financing of $450 billion missed analysts’ estimates amid spreading default risks and tightened control over real estate industry
As pandemic keeps traditional foreign customers trapped online, China’s biggest trade expo shifts gears to promote growth of consumption at home
Singapore real estate conglomerate jumps into China logistics in expansion of new-economy investment strategy
After-school training companies offered discounts to presell long-term courses that they now can’t provide, and customers can’t get refunds, Caixin finds
The offer of $774 million in yuan-denominated debt proves a hit with investors, who oversubscribed for the issuance by 2.48 times
An auction for the fallen insurer’s core holdings is stymied again after failing to attract even a single bidder
Wang Zhonglei to cash out to the tune of $29 million to meet ‘personal financial needs’ as pandemic dents cinema revenues
State-owned oil giant bought minority holding in 2017 as part of plan by Jiuding Group to bring in new investors
Company expected to launch at least one international version of its latest handset series in Europe this month
Cooperation is still possible, and is desirable to meet common global challenges and improve the livelihoods of the people in both countries
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