China has allowed direct trading between the yuan and the euro in the interbank market for the first time, further strengthening ties between the mainland and the European Union.
China's banking regulator has revised the guidelines for banks' internal risk management controls to rein in bad loans.
The China Securities Regulatory Commission vowed to tighten supervision over insider trading.
China will remove a ban on foreign banks opening more than one branch in each Chinese city, giving them easier market access.
China's central bank has punished four third-party payment companies for mishandling bank card transactions to escape paying higher fees.
China has has given foreign players access to its gold market following the launch of the Shanghai Gold Exchange’s international board.
The State Council has appointed Wu Lijun, former assistant chairman of the China Securities Regulatory Commission (CSRC), to head the Shenzhen Stock Exchange.
The China Securities Regulatory Commission (CSRC) aims to boost the development of its private equity funds with new rules that encourage industry self-regulation.
China has endorsed the launch of the country's first national-level private investment company, China Minsheng Investment, in Shanghai.
Agricultural Bank of China and Bank of China plans to raise up to US$29 billion by issuing preferred stocks in a sector-wide push to meet international capital-adequacy requirements.