About 50 percent of ship-building companies in China may go bankrupt in the next two to three years.
China Securities Regulatory Commission will issue specific rules to support qualified companies from the Chinese mainland to list in Hong Kong.
Local government's revenues from land sales declined significantly in the first half of the year, and land turnover was also lackluster.
The number of IPOs of Chinese companies at home and abroad dropped in the first half of 2012, a Zero2IPO report said on June 29.
China will maintain its "prudent" monetary policy and "appropriately" fine-tune policies to deal with the economic situation.
Resolute courage and persistent efforts are needed to fight corruption and guard the outstanding and pure nature of the Communist Party of China
Several government departments are mulling over a tax break policy for China's commercial pension insurance, a person with knowledge of the matter told China Securities Journal on Wednesday.
The five major power generation groups lost a total of 15.1 billion yuan ($2.37 billion) and investment for thermal power dropped 26 percent across the country last year.
Kashgar, a city in Northwest China's Xinjiang Uygur autonomous region, wants to become a major international trading hub.
China's telecom regulator on Thursday said it will encourage private capital to enter the telecommunications sector in a bid to spur the slowing economy.
The turnover in May of four leading Chinese real estate developers exceeded 10 billion yuan ($1.57 billion), according to their latest financial reports.
Jotun Group, the manufacturer of paints, coatings and powder coatings, has pledged to increase its presence in China by offering continuous investment.