Shanghai Composite Index Fell 0.25% on Thursday
Below is a rundown of the top China business and finance stories, plus other news for the day:
Acquisition of 34% stake in environmental technology operation would be the first major asset revamp deal on the new Beijing bourse
Final regulations unveiled Tuesday fueled speculation the authorities may exempt mainland companies seeking to sell stock in Hong Kong from the review procedure
The country’s largest wireless carrier opened nearly 10% higher in its mainland homecoming, but gave back most of the gain by the end of trading
The increase is a sign that trade with the U.S. is making up a greater share of China’s total
The program is now open to users in 12 cities and regions including the hosts of the upcoming Winter Olympic Games, Beijing and Zhangjiakou
Chinese cities institute benchmarks for curriculum-based courses, with fees ranging from 40 to 80 yuan per class in Beijing and Shanghai
Air China, Hainan Airlines and a handful of other carriers announce they have discontinued the fee, just two months after implementing it
Director of the local disease control center says the measure can curb the spread of Covid-19, as some 42,000 residents have been sent to centralized facilities
Flight passengers are required to undergo two rounds of Covid-19 testing during a seven-day period at their city of departure
Under new regulations, consumers will be able to block algorithms that Alibaba, Tencent and ByteDance use to target them with content and ads
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