China's total goods imports and exports expanded 1.9 percent year-on-year to 32.16 trillion yuan (about $5 trillion) in 2020, hitting a record high despite a worldwide slump in shipments
Tencent-backed Chinese short video platform Kaishou has completed the listing hearing today and will go public in Hong Kong, and the company notes that institutional investors are showing great interests.
China Securities Regulatory Commission (CSRC) issues new regulations, tightening the supervision on the private fund sector which recorded a total asset under management of 15.97 trillion yuan (US$2.47 trillion).
China's consumer price index (CPI) has increased by 0.2% y-o-y in December, up from a decrease of 0.5% in November.
The China national government service platform run by the country's State Council has recently on-boarded a new sector that enables cross-provincial applications for services such as market entity registration, old-age pension insurance transfers, and verification of professional qualifications.
The import and export volume of the Manzhouli comprehensive bonded zone in north China's Inner Mongolia Autonomous Region exceeded 1.1 billion yuan (about 170.5 million U.S. dollars) in 2020.
China Banking and Insurance Regulatory Commission (CBIRC) has released a guideline to support rural banks in handling risks and push forward reform and restructuring.
The largest fund of funds in China has been set up in Suzhou, investing and supporting the high quality development of the city's digital economy and other sectors.
A service centre for iInnovation and entrepreneurship has recently launched in Guangzhou, and entrepreneurs from Hong Kong and Macao below the age of 44 can rent the office in the centre for free in the first two years of starting their business.
Chinese residents who need to travel overseas for personal reasons will be able to book Covid-19 vaccine inoculation, with cities such as Shanghai starting this new policy today.
Hangzhou rolls out a action plan of forming a global centre for consumption, aiming to hit a total sales of 800 billion yuan (US$124 billion) in consumption goods and online sales reaching 1 trillion yuan in three years.
China will soon make the Covid-19 vaccine avaiable to the market and the public can take the vaccine for free, according to officials from the National Health Commission of China.