Law & Regulation

Op-ed: Separate social and private insurance systems are an economic bottleneck

Insurance reform

How can China sell off its government-owned companies?

SOE reform

New Shanghai FTZ rules not exactly what you were waiting for

Free trade zone

Streaming rules wipe $1bn from Weibo market cap

Chinese regulators have ordered three major internet platforms to halt all video and audio streamin

China investigating top overseas buyers

China's banking regulator is conducting a sweeping check on the borrowings of some of the country's

Rural bank fined for loan risk cover-up

A rural credit cooperative was publicly named and fined by the banking regulator for covering up lo

PBOC chief urges opening financial sector

China's long-serving central bank governor Zhou Xiaochuan says the country must open its financial

China planning to ban 'channel lending'

Chinese banks have been skirting more-stringent requirements on capital and loan-loss provisioning

China cracks down on academic fraud

Chinese authorities are cracking down on academic fraud after an international medical journal retr

China bans online creditors from targeting students

Beijing has banned online lenders from extending credit to university students following public out

China jails seven over false pollution data

A court in China on Friday jailed seven people for more than a year each for tampering with air qua

Some banks halted Anbang products months ago

China's Anbang Insurance Group, whose chairman was detained late last week, said on Thursday that i

China's P2P lenders dodge regulations

Following years of explosive yet unchecked growth of P2P lending in China, the central government i

Shanghai backtracks on housing rules after protests

The Shanghai city government has made a partial policy concession after a rare housing protest at t

US may restrict Chinese investment in AI

The United States appears poised to heighten scrutiny of Chinese investment in Silicon Valley to be

Anbang chairman steps aside amid probe

Anbang Insurance, one of the most aggressive overseas investors, said its chairman, Wu Xiaohui, can

WeChat cracks down on 'gossip' accounts

 WeChat has recently shut down dozens of widely followed accounts in accordance with the demands of

China-backed fund in third bid for US chip deal approval

Canyon Bridge Capital Partners, the China-backed buyout fund that agreed to acquire Lattice Semicon

Protests in Shanghai over converted flats rules

Hundreds of demonstrators have marched through a glitzy ­Shanghai shopping ­district ­protesting ag

Guo Wenghui accused of bribery in Chinese court document

Fugitive businessman Guo Wengui paid an anti-corruption official nearly 6 million yuan ($880,000) i


For every action there is a reaction.

SEC extends review of Chicago Stock Exchange acquisition

The US Securities and Exchange Commission will take up to another 60 days to decide whether to allo

China P2P lenders facing tighter disclosure rules

Efforts to clean up China's scandal-plagued peer-to-peer (P2P) lending sector are taking another st

Tangshan begins new steel crackdown

The major Chinese steel city of Tangshan has launched a fresh crackdown on mills that illegally res

Troubled Huishan Dairy missing most of its cash

China Huishan Dairy Holdings says it is missing most of its cash and has fallen more deeply in debt

China allows 19 months to comply with cybersecurity law

China will delay enforcement for 19 months of part of its controversial cybersecurity law, after vi

China's new cyber security law spooks multinationals

China's first cyber security law will increase costs for multinationals, leave them vulnerable to i

Shanghai cleans up "commercial-title apartments"

Caixin reports  Shangh

Chinese insurer warns against product ban

One of China's largest insurers has warned of mass defaults and social unrest unless the regulator

Cybertrouble in the offing



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