SHANGHAI Aug 26 Chinese newspapers available in
Beijing and Shanghai carried the following stories on Tuesday.
Reuters has not checked the stories and does not vouch for their
CHINA SECURITIES JOURNAL
- Inner Mongolia Baotou Steel Rare-Earth Group Hi-Tech Co
Ltd plans to invest nearly 8 billion yuan ($1.30
billion) to tackle environmental problems at its smelting plants
and Baotou Huamei Products Co Ltd, the company said in an
announcement late on Monday.
SHANGHAI SECURITIES NEWS
- China's insurance funds have shown growing interest in the
primary market's non-public offering on the back of increased
funding activities. Their interests also reflect a structural
change in the insurance industry that could bring a new group of
institutional investors in the stock market, the paper said in a
- Jiangsu Hengli Highpressure Oil Cylinder Co Ltd
plans to acquire a 51 percent stake in a European
counterpart in the amount of 2.5 million euros ($3.3 million),
according to a company announcement.
- Some 42 companies planning initial public offerings (IPO)
have been blacklisted for six months due to breach of conduct,
according to a report by the Securities Association of China.
- Alipay, China's largest online payment provider, announced
on Monday the official launch of Zhaocai Bao, an Internet
finance platform that aims to reshape financing for small
businesses to the tune of 1 trillion yuan ($162 billion) within
- Chinese nuclear companies are preparing to export nuclear
power reactors as they increase involvement in foreign projects
and establish a complete industry chain, company officials and
engineers said. Exporting plants will help domestic
manufacturers improve their technology levels and recover the
huge costs of research and development.
- Sales of new homes in Shanghai in August are likely to be
very sluggish after seven-day transactions remained below
150,000 sq m for the third straight week. Purchases of new
homes, excluding government-funded affordable housing, fell 0.98
percent to 129,700 sq m last week, Uwin Real Estate Information
Services Co said in a report.
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(Reporting by Shanghai Newsroom; Editing by Prateek Chatterjee)