Shanghai Composite Index Rose 0.39% on Tuesday
Below is a rundown of the top China business and finance stories, plus other news for the day:
Local governments to conduct green finance pilot projects; SASAC takes control of Southern Power Grid; Shandong’s solar and wind power hits 50 gigawatts
Companies in businesses that are closed to foreign investment will be allowed to sell shares abroad as long as they win approval and cap foreign ownership
Government seeks to cushion impact on businesses and supply chains as it strives to meet ambitious climate targets
The NDRC and Ministry of Commerce publish updated negative list for foreign investment
The airline cited Chinese airport procedures implemented while its plane was halfway between Seattle and Shanghai
A new work plan opens the way for eligible authorities to run pilot investment and financing programs for climate projects
Guangdong Governor Ma Xingrui heads to the autonomous region in a reshuffle of regional leaders ahead of the CPC national congress later this year
Green power output jumps by a third in first 11 months as country races to meet 2030 carbon emissions pledge
SASAC says the plan will offer the country’s second-largest grid operator a golden opportunity to improve its corporate governance as it steps up efforts to become carbon neutral
The money-losing company says it hadn’t heard the news that it was preparing a secondary listing
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