2，Fast-food group Yum China’s stock fell as much as 6.3 per cent on its Hong Kong debut, as the market struggled to digest the latest “homecoming” listing of a Chinese company. Shares in Yum China, which operates KFC and Pizza Hut restaurants in the world’s second-biggest economy, slipped on Thursday after the group raised about $2.2bn earlier this month.The stock ended trading 5.3 per cent lower, while the broader Hang Seng fell 0.6 per cent.
3，China’s largest technology and financial services companies are stepping up efforts to expand in Singapore, as doors slamming shut on mainland groups in the US and India make the Asian finance hub crucial for international growth. Alibaba-backed Ant Group, China’s second-largest brokerage Haitong Securities, Huawei’s cloud division and Tencent-backed digital bank WeBank are among the companies that have in recent months approached Singapore’s industry groups about becoming members or partnerships.
5, CCP’s State-owned Assets Supervision and Administration Commission of the State Council (SASAC) published an announcement on Sep. 11, claiming that CCP would continue supporting its state-owned companies and made them even bigger, which shows CCP has no interest to transform to a free market environment.
By：【G Translator – Financial and Law team】