Shanghai Composite Index Fell 0.33% on Tuesday
Below is a rundown of the top China business and finance stories, plus other news for the day:
In the two leaders’ first virtual summit, the Chinese president says a solid bilateral relationship is needed to safeguard a peaceful international order
Hebei to stagger steel output to cut production; CNOOC aims to raise $5.49 billion in share sale; CATL to invest in Yongtai Technology shares
Sales slump and credit crunch force property companies to slash prices in more Chinese cities, driving down resale values as well
Former agriculture professor with years of antitrust enforcement experience takes the reins of the top market regulator’s anti-monopoly bureau
The bourse’s opening highlights China’s latest efforts to make more funding available to small and midsize enterprises
If enacted, the regulations could create new headwinds for the information-rich firms that had pivoted their capital-raising plans to the city
Rising prices have become a major concern for policymakers and investors in the wake of the pandemic
Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern says growing interest among Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation members ‘bodes well’ for future regional agreements
Prices have fallen more than 20% since mid-October, while some listed producers’ profits fell in the third quarter
Demographic trends and climate crisis mean companies have to do things differently
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