Shanghai Composite Index Fell 0.66% on Friday
Below is a rundown of the top China business and finance stories, plus other news for the day:
While the pilot could provide a short-term lifeline for some, it’s uncertain how many private property companies have the required collateral
Former Jiangsu Vice Governor Wang Like, who accepted more than $64 million in bribes, is one of several cadres connected to former Public Security Vice Minister Sun Lijun sentenced this week
Credit rating and accounting enterprises will promote self-discipline and regulation of the booming $87 billion industry
CSRC’s Qiu Yong, an advocate of market opening-up, succeeds Huang Hongyuan at China’s biggest stock exchange
As gains in the cost of living cross regional thresholds, more than 20 cities and provinces start paying out millions of yuan to low-income families
China and other importers stocking up for winter face surging ship charter rates as Russia’s war in Ukraine dramatically restructures world oil markets
Lenders are luring customers to open individual retirement accounts as they dive into a new market that could grow to $390 billion in a decade
Abusing over-the-counter medications to get high is easy in China thanks to the prevalence of online pharmacies and delivery apps
The accused instructor says ‘controversial’ teaching methods were behind the allegations
Fu Zhenghua is the fourth ex-official connected to the political gang of former Public Security Vice Minister Sun Lijun to be sentenced this week
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