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Nov 13, 2021 05:00 PM
WEEKLY MUST-READ

Weekly Must-Read: China’s Regulatory Wave Hits the Credit Reporting Industry

The Caixin Must-Read newsletter brings you the best of our coverage over the past week, handpicked by our editors.

# Finance #

Exclusive: Chinese Regulators Tell City Commercial Banks to Cap WMPs

China’s $13 trillion asset-management industry nears a year-end deadline for complying with sweeping new rules for marketing of wealth management products

In Depth: China’s Regulatory Wave Hits the Credit Reporting Industry

New rules aim to change the way companies collect information, laying out principles and detailed procedures for data management

# Cover Story #

China’s AI Quartet Walk Through the Valley of Death

SenseTime, Megvii, CloudWalk and Yitu need IPO cash, but operating losses and narrow business models suggest stock investors may balk

# Tech #

Tencent Unveils Three Computer Chips of Its Own Design

Tech giant joins the rush of Chinese companies developing their own integrated circuits as they seek an edge amid a global shortage

# Business #

Record $781 Billion Wiped Off Chinese Internet Companies’ Market Value in Third Quarter

Stock prices across the sector tumbled 27% quarter-on-quarter as a regulatory earthquake spooked investors

# China #

Caixin Explains: Why the Communist Party’s Sixth Plenum Is So Important

The Central Committee is expected to adopt a ‘historic resolution’ that may set the tone for China’s future endeavors

In Depth: China’s Sponge City Failings Show the ‘Arduous’ Task of Adapting to Climate Change

As the country faces increasingly extreme weather, its cities need more funding and support for their adaption plans, as urban flooding demonstrates

# World #

In Depth: The Tycoon With a Passion for Tackling Climate Change

China Vanke founder and leading environmentalist reports greater sense of optimism after participating in his 11th UN climate event

# Opinion #

China Is in a Unique Position to Finance the Green-Tech Revolution

With its governance model and financial sector, the country is best situated to lead the charge to solve the truly global challenge of going green

# Weekend Long Read #

How China’s Data Regulations Can Meet the CPTPP Requirements (Part I)

China can accept the Comprehensive and Progressive Agreement for Trans-Pacific Partnership’s rules provided that compliance matters are considered when formulating detailed security assessment rules on cross-border data transfers

# Gallery #

Northern China Hit by Heavy Snowfall

 

# Podcast #

Chinese Tutoring Giant Hangs by a Thread

New Oriental Education to close nearly 1,500 training centers; livestreamers are banned from recommending stocks; and Huobi intensifies its overseas expansion

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