Haitai Solar, a photovoltaic module manufacturer based in China, on August 8 officially listed to the Beijing Stock Exchange.
Alibaba issued a statement on the morning of August 1, acknowledging its inclusion on the watchlist and assuring that it would maintain a watchful eye on market developments.
Ganfeng Lithium announced on July 3 that the company had received a Notice of Case Filing from the China Securities Regulatory Commission (CSRC) for suspected insider trading of an A-share listed company's shares in the secondary market.
Tencent released an announcement on Monday at the Hong Kong Stock Exchange, stating that the company's major shareholder, Prosus, which is mostly owned by Naspers, would sell its shares.
Shenzhen-based ChinaLin Securities announced on Monday that the company signed a purchase agreement of "Dolphin Stock" with ByteDance.
The company is a well-known low-power System on Chip (SoC) designer in China, focusing on providing professional integrated chips for smart Internet of Things devices.
According to the Hong Kong Stock Exchange (HKEx), Hangzhou SF Intra-City Industrial Co., Ltd. (SF Intra-City) on Monday passed its listing hearing.
Among the first batch of 81 companies listed on the new bourse, 10 are new stocks and the remaining 71 have been transferred from the Selected Layer of National Equities and Exchange Quotations.
Mango Excellent Media announced on Thursday evening that Hangzhou Alibaba Venture Capital plans to transfer 93,647,857 shares, accounting for 5.01% of Mango's total shares.
The rules include procedures for listing, trading and membership management within the new bourse, and are all on trial status currently.
A new stock exchange will be set up in Beijing to support the innovation and development of small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs).
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.
LinkDoc Technology Limited, a Chinese medical technology company, updated its IPO application on July 6, planning to list on NASDAQ under the ticker symbol "LDOC".
Chinese software company Tuya (NYSE: TUYA) was able to raise $915 million in its initial public offering on the New York Stock Exchange, making it the second-largest Chinese corporate IPO in the United States.
Recently-listed short video company Kuaishou has confirmed on Feb. 8 that it will issue 100 shares to each eligible employee after the lunar Chinese New Year festival, according to Jiemian News.