The State Administration of Foreign Exchange (SAFE) said China's foreign debt was expected to maintain "reasonable and orderly" development
It’s claimed the company and its bankers have now halted work on the Hong Kong listing slated for the summer
Regulator meets with 27 firms such as Tencent, Alibaba and ByteDance to explain the regulatory landscape so they have a clearer grasp of sustainable 'development opportunities'
Two Chinese regulators announced draft rules for firms' offshore listings over the past week, giving some clarity on how they plan to monitor capital market activities amid the regulatory crackdown.
Beijing is pressuring the ride-hailing firm to ditch the NYSE over data security fears, it’s claimed, ahead of a China bourse relaunch
Beijing has widened the clampdown on its ‘platform economy’ with new measures demanding companies with large data stores must surrender to a pre-IPO investigation