Since the beginning of this year, the Cyberspace Administration of China has introduced measures to clean up illegal information, accounts and websites that have constituted so-called "publicity stunts" regarding virtual currency.
China's market regulator recently approved mandatory national standards for e-cigarettes that will become effective on October 1, 2022.
According to an announcement on Wednesday by China's State Taxation Administration, three government departments in the country recently issued documents regulating live-streaming profit-making.
News emerged recently that regulatory authorities in China had investigated projects involving Xiaomi's industry chain that are currently under review by Shanghai's STAR Market and ChiNext.
China's vaping and e-cigarettes industry witnessed two critical developments on Friday. New detailed regulations and draft of "Chinese E-Cigarette National Standards" were published.
Several regulatory authorities in China's Henan Province jointly interviewed five online car-hailing companies including DiDi Global Inc., Jiangnan Chuxing, Quanmin Chuxing, Partake and Cuichi Travel.
Officials in Beijing held a press conference on Friday morning, during which Li Kuiwen, spokesperson of the General Administration of Customs, disclosed that China's foreign trade has achieved rapid growth in the previous year.
China Rare Earth Group Co., Ltd., a state-owned enterprise (SOE), was established on Thursday in eastern China's Jiangxi Province.
On December 14 and 15, the company will stop the currency filling and currency trading business of Chinese mainland users.
A group of Chinese government bodies on Tuesday afternoon released comprehensive draft standards for vaping and e-cigarettes.
On the evening of November 26, China amended its tobacco monopoly law to include e-cigarettes, stepping up regulation of the fast-growing vaping industry in the world's largest tobacco market.
China's State Administration for Market Regulation on October 8 reached a decision to penalize domestic food delivery giant Meituan.
On Wednesday, Chinese market regulators summoned Tencent, NetEase and other key online game companies, account rental and sales platforms and livestreaming platforms.
The 2021 (20th) China Internet Conference organized by the Internet Society of China was held in Beijing from July 13 to 15. Huang Qifan, former mayor of Chongqing, spoke at the event.
On Monday night, in response to the guidance of the regulatory authorities on safeguarding the rights of food deliverymen in the afternoon, Chinese food delivery giant Meituan said that it had launched several rounds of research and would implement the guidance.
The Beijing Municipal Bureau of Market Supervision and Administration on Monday imposed the maximum possible penalty on online education platforms Zuoyebang and Yuanfudao for unfair competition and misleading consumers.
58.com CEO Yao Jinbo on April 10 posted in his WeChat Moments to call for a national antitrust fine of four billion yuan to be imposed on its own competitor Beike, China’s leading online real estate platform.
Chinese state media Xinhua News reported that Chinese E-commerce giant Alibaba received an ¥18.2 billion(US$2.8 billion) fine earlier on Saturday.
Ten companies have been fined for malpractice in past mergers and acquisitions deals, according to a statement from the State Administration for Market Regulation (SAMR) on Friday.
China’s market regulator has imposed fines totalling 6.5 million yuan ($1 million) on five community group-buying platforms affiliated with leading domestic internet companies, on allegations of price dumping and cheating.