The Shenzhen Stock Exchange, home for the mainland's technology companies and innovative startups, will accelerate the revamping of its listing rules in hopes of retaining high-growth companies in the home market and avoiding losing in the competition for new listings of future technological giants.
China's new yuan-denominated loans in January hit 2.9 trillion yuan ($458.2 billion), 867 billion yuan more than in January 2017 and a record high, central bank data showed Monday.
China COSCO Shipping Corp Ltd, the country's biggest shipping company in terms of container vessels, will continue to develop e-commerce business and other tailor-made services with domestic and global partners this year, a top official said on Monday.
State Grid Corp of China will further push for a unified national electricity market in 2018, as part of its efforts to deepen power sector reforms, according to the company.
China's insurance regulator said on Monday that insurance firms must cap their outstanding offshore financing that is backed by domestic guarantees at 20 percent of net assets as of the end of the previous quarter.
China will roll out policies to promote the development of fuel-cell cars and detail plans on the construction of hydrogen refueling stations, as the country steps up efforts to cultivate a globally competitive new energy vehicles industry, the top industry regulator said.
Alibaba Group's entertainment arm has signed a licensing agreement with Walt Disney Co in a deal that will provide the Chinese group's Youku video streaming platform with the largest Disney animation collection in China.
China has pledged to make further efforts to boost the emerging sectors this year as they have contributed more than 30 percent to the country's economic growth, according to the nation's top economic regulator.
Airbnb Inc, a United States-based home-sharing service provider, estimates that outbound travel by the company's Chinese mainland users will account for 71 percent of its total bookings during the upcoming Spring Festival holiday, with Japan and Southeast Asia being the favorite destinations.
New home transactions fell below the 100,000-square-meter weekly threshold again as the prevalent festive mood across Shanghai kept more home seekers sitting on the sidelines, latest market data showed.