Shanghai Composite Index Fell 0.39% on Monday
Below is a rundown of the top China business and finance stories, plus other news for the day:
As central authorities cite scientific evidence for easing travel and testing rules, local officials worry about being held accountable for new outbreaks
Liu Shijin, a member of the top political consultative body, said momentum was building for a turnaround next year after a slowdown in 2022
Tickets from hubs like Singapore and Bangkok remain hard to get and expensive, dashing hopes of a quick resumption of inbound travel
Zhu Guangyao said rules will be ‘an important basis …for rating by global investors and rating agencies’
The Chinese market still enjoys considerable room for growth, and top-down policies remain the most important force driving development of the sector
Chinese authorities outline new system to attract more overseas cash into the world’s second-largest debt market
Wu Xuemin turned over to judicial system for prosecution on corruption charges turned up by party’s top graft busters
Caixin Summit — in week of G-10 and APEC — shows that multilateralism and sustainable development ‘are bursting with new vitality’
The country’s energy supply ‘was more vulnerable than we had imagined,’ Zhou tells forum
Equipment powered by hydrogen will inevitably be costlier to run than that which directly uses electricity, Zhou Dadi tells forum
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