PRESS DIGEST - China - June 24
June 24 (Reuters) - Chinese newspapers available in Beijing and Shanghai carried the following stories on Monday. Reuters has not checked the stories and does not vouch for their accuracy.
CHINA SECURITIES JOURNAL
- A total of 569 listed companies among 917 in Shanghai and Shenzhen stock markets have published their six-month disclosure reports, saying that they forecast an increase in profit.
SHANGHAI SECURITIES NEWS
- There is no time schedule for a resumption in A-share initial public offerings, as some of the relevant conditions and policies have not been finalised by China Securities Regulatory Commission, according to unidentified sources.
- Shanghai Stock Exchange has announced a new policy to make disciplinary actions over securities trading more transparent.
- Cyber attacks against Chinese websites that originate from the United States may be partly backed by Washington, according to Chinese experts.
- Edward Snowden's departure from Hong Kong is in line with relevant local law and regulation, and the Chinese central government fully respects the decision, it said in an editorial.
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