Shanghai Composite Index Rose 0.68% on Thursday
Below is a rundown of the top China business and finance stories, plus other news for the day:
New rules reflect characteristics of omicron Covid variant, which has a shorter incubation period and milder symptoms
The People’s Bank of China backs up Politburo signal last week that a year-long crackdown on the industry is drawing to a close
Central bank follows through on government commitment to increase coal production as China seeks to secure its energy supplies
Draft regulations to strengthen supervision may be difficult to enforce and could even put unnecessary burdens on market participants, experts say
Authorities are under pressure to better balance Covid control measures with the needs of business as the city’s Covid-19 outbreak takes a toll on the local economy
Dozens of people were thought to be still trapped under rubble of a building that appears to have undergone structural changes after its original construction
The share of high-value added industries in China’s overall economic inputs dropped to 28.8% in April from 30.6% the previous month, the NEI shows
Like most technologies, artificial intelligence is neither inherently good nor evil and will eventually produce more positive than negative effects for our society
Shenyang, Dazhou and Wuxi move to shore up the beleaguered real estate market by offering better terms for families with two or three children
Labor Day holiday extended by a week for students until May 11 as number of Covid cases in flare-up reaches 453 in 10 days
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