The Shanghai and Shenzhen exchanges have implemented rules on the criteria for compulsory delisting of firms accused of major securities, public health or national security related violations.
Retail investors will be able to buy government bonds directly from bank branches or online, as policymakers seek to boost demand for government securities and offer investors more choice.
While long-term deleveraging and de-risking remain in place, China's authorities are likely to rely to a greater extent on public sector spending to support growth.
The agreement to distribute CFETS-BOC bond indices outside of China is just one among four agreements signed between China and Singapore this week.
The affiliate, 50 percent owned by Amex subsidiaries, will be able to operate a credit card payment network that will allow Amex-branded cards to be used in China.
China's brokerages are looking to boost capital to guard against further falls in the markets that could threaten the value of loans backed by stock pledges.
China is planning to install anti-graft officials at some of the largest state-owned financial institutions in the country, according to an SCMP report.
The central bank said China might implement the TLAC framework earlier than 2025 because the country's ratio of credit bonds to GDP may exceed the 55% trigger set by the FSB.
China's listed companies have historically used trading halts to prevent stock price declines during market stress, preventing investors from selling for long periods of time.
Announced by President Xi Jinping, the new science and technology board will subject innovative enterprises to different profitability and ownership requirements.