Shanghai Composite Index Fell 0.24% on Thursday
Below is a rundown of the top China business and finance stories, plus other news for the day:
Test of inoculations developed by Walvax Biotechnology and Suzhou Abogen will start Thursday in Guangxi and run until Dec. 31
Electric-car startup seeks partners for new services as third-quarter sales beat expectations at $892 million
China’s most valuable tech company also can’t update existing apps without approval amid ongoing regulatory crackdown
Head of Yantai branch the latest in a string of executives associated with the financial conglomerate to be probed for suspected corrupt practices
While at the People’s Daily, Ding Ting accepted 3 million yuan in return for publicizing the work of a local housing authority in South China and offered the same amount to a judicial official in a case, court says
Demand will outpace supply unless electric-vehicle industry starts mass-producing alternative battery technologies, Li Liangbin says
The country’s internet regulator said both companies had allowed users access to a large number of scam websites
Nasdaq-listed So-Young International had climbed 12% the previous day on an offer by the CEO to take the firm private
The bank Dai Hedi chaired had dealings with the now bankrupt Baoshang Bank
There were nearly 20 million more males than females in the country’s rural areas, according to the China Statistical Yearbook 2021
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