* Uber, Didi welcome new rules (Adds company comments, detailed rules, context)
SHANGHAI, July 28 Chinese ride-sharing company Didi Chuxing said on Thursday it welcomed new government rules regulating the industry and that it will make an "earnest effort" to comply.
BEIJING, July 28 New regulations require China's online ride-hailing services to sign labour contracts with drivers, the vice minister of transport, Liu Xiaoming, told a news conference on Thursday.
BEIJING, July 28 The Chinese arm of Uber Technologies Inc said on Thursday it welcomes newly published government guidelines on ride-sharing services and sees the rules as an endorsement of the industry.
TOKYO, July 28 The head of Japan Exchange Group Inc said on Thursday it was "ethically questionable" for Glaucus Research Group to release a negative report on a company after short-selling its stock.
BEIJING, July 28 China has issued the final version of a policy to regulate booming online-ride hailing services, according to a document made public on Thursday, for a sector in which Uber Technologies Inc and Chinese rival Didi Chuxing compete aggressively.
July 28 The following are the top stories on the New York Times business pages. Reuters has not verified these stories and does not vouch for their accuracy.
LONDON, July 27 Emerging market debt funds are enjoying a bumper inflow for the first time in three years, but portfolio managers are struggling to invest the bonanza as new bond sales have declined and trading volumes have evaporated.
SYDNEY, July 28 A A$9.1 billion ($6.8 billion) buyout of Australian port and rail freight giant Asciano Ltd by global investors was approved by a court on Thursday, clearing the final hurdle for the country's biggest foreign takeover in five years.
BRIEF-Hutchinson Technology says U.S. DOJ has opened an investigation relating to sale of suspension assemblies
* Says received a letter on july 26, 2016 from antitrust division of U.S. Department of justice
It's a tearful night for some Bernie Sanders supporters at this year's Democratic National Convention, as delegates from all 57 U.S. states and territories cast their votes, ensuring Secretary Hillary Clinton the Democratic presidential nomination.