On Tuesday, the Cyberspace Administration of China released the names and record numbers of the eighth batch of registered domestic blockchain information service providers, including 106 new entities.
Three Chinese state associations issued a joint initiative on Wednesday for curbing the financialization and securitization of NFTs, and for preventing the risk of illegal financial activities.
Five Chinese government bodies, including the Ministry of Industry and Information Technology, issued a joint opinion on Friday, calling for further strengthening of safety systems for new energy vehicle companies.
Latest moves from the Chinese regulatory authorities suggest that the long-running Sino-US audit dispute is likely to hit a new milestone.
Under strict new regulation issued on March 11, many brands of electronic cigarettes and vaporizers with fruit flavors have seen prices increase by up to 20-30 yuan ($3.14-$4.72).
Regulators have recently conducted an online talk with Meituan to address an issue of wage arrears revealed by food delivery drivers in the northeastern province of Heilongjiang.
The Cyberspace Administration of China (CAC) issued a notice on Monday for public consultation on the Regulations on Network Protection for Minors.
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.
Recently, employees of Chinese Twitter-like social media platform Weibo said on a domestic job information sharing platform that their company is laying off a significant number of employees and is even asking some to leave voluntarily.
Data released Wednesday by the Chinese ride-hailing regulatory information website showed that domestic platforms received 704.203 million individual ride orders in January, up 5.3% from the previous month.
The regulations stipulate that when an unmanned intelligently networked vehicle breaks the law, the owner and people who manage the vehicle will bear responsibility.
Besides heightened regulatory pressure from authorities, an increasingly shrill blend of nationalist and anti-capitalist sentiment among Chinese netizens has also acted as a catalyst for Didi’s turmoil, creating an unprecedented scenario on social media.
The share price of New Oriental Education on the Hong Kong Stock Exchange on Friday afternoon has suddenly slumped. As of 4:10 pm, its was selling at HK $30.60 per share – down 39.63% – hitting a new low since its Hong Kong debut. Its latest market valuation sits at HK $55.541 billion
A trio of China’s top regulatory bodies on Tuesday jointly published new rules aimed at patching up vulnerabilities that threaten businesses and consumers within the online ecosystem.
The cryptocurrency market took a dive on Monday after China broadened its clampdown on cryptocurrency mining to the southwestern province of Sichuan.
Tesla’s deliveries in China unexpectedly surged in May after a short-lived downturn, following which the company regained its throne in the national electric vehicle (EV) market despite a backlash over issues with quality and data protection.
Zhangmen Education on Tuesday officially went public on the New York Stock Exchange under the ticker symbol "ZME" in the face of tightening restrictions on e-learning platforms from Chinese market regulators, following complaints about improper business practices.
The Chinese government warned on Thursday that companies involved in the sharing economy need to comply with regulation and price their services properly.
Chinese cryptocurrency miners Huobi Mall and BTC.TOP announced on Sunday that they have suspended their operations on mainland China after the country escalated its crackdown on bitcoin mining and trading activities, contributing to a slump in the cryptocurrency markets.
Chinese government authorities on March 22 suggested that the country’s tobacco industry regulations might also be applied to e-cigarettes and vaping products.