Shanghai Composite Index Fell 0.35% on Monday
Below is a rundown of the top China business and finance stories, plus other news for the day:
Those born under the one-child policy face the demands of rearing their own children while providing care for their aging parents
Wreck injuring 20 others at 2:40 a.m. stirs online outrage focusing on virus control policies and prompts local authorities to apologize
Shenzhen Anju Jianye Investment Operation won’t inject funds to restart construction, but will instead help facilitate additional loans
August revenue grew 5.6% year-on-year to $186 billion as the impact of a tax refund policy tapered off
Although the country no longer lacks money, it can still make use of development support, mainly in the form of strengthening its institutional capacity
Audit watchdog dispatches team for inspections starting with Alibaba and Yum China under preliminary accord to resolve longstanding dispute
Oil giant follows Russian gold and aluminum companies in borrowing using the Chinese currency amid sanctions limiting access to dollar deals
For the first time, major commercial lenders have lowered reference savings rates for general customers while the central bank benchmark remains unchanged
President tells leaders from Russia, India, Pakistan and Central Asian countries to remain firm in safeguarding the international order and ‘reject zero-sum game and bloc politics’
Last year 4.9 million students enrolled in secondary vocational schools, 1.5 million fewer than in 2020
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