China Stocks-Factors to watch on Tuesday


* SSEC 0.6%, CSI300 0.7%, HSI 1.7%

* HK->Shanghai Connect daily quota used 5.1%, Shanghai->HK daily quota used 0.7%

* HK->Shenzhen Connect daily quota used 4.0%, Shenzhen->HK daily quota used 1.8%

* CNY official close 7.0305 per dollar

* FTSE China A50 +0.7%

SHANGHAI, Nov 5 (Reuters) - Following is a list of recent corporate and policy announcements, as well as other news that might affect Chinese financial markets. Policy, government, sector news:

* U.S. considers dropping some tariffs on China - FT

* China says Xi, Trump in continuous touch

* China's Xi reiterates support for Hong Kong leader in Shanghai meeting - Xinhua

* India rejects China-backed Asian trade deal, as others move ahead

* China says no promise 'fatigue' on opening its economy

* China offers more access for Taiwan firms, Taiwan warns of a trap

* China markets feel the pain of stalled derivatives rollout

* U.S. urged to invest more in AI; ex-Google CEO warns of China's progress

* German minister casts doubt on Huawei participation in 5G build-out

* Chinese rating agency Dagong resumes operations after suspension

* China lifts ban on poultry imports from Spain, Slovakia - customs

Company moves:

In focus

* China's Huazhu to buy German luxury hotel group Steigenberger


* Zhengzhou Yutong Bus' Oct sales down 37.9% y/y

* China Vanke's Oct contract sales at 43.4 bln yuan, Jan-Oct contract sales 519.0 bln yuan

* Seazen Holdings' contract sales up 22.6% y/y in Jan-Oct

* Jiangsu Zhongnan Construction's Oct contract sales up 47% y/y

Equity changes/IPOs

* Shanghai Exchange filing shows block trade of China Minsheng Banking's a-shares involving 988.8 mln yuan

* China Merchants Energy Shipping gets approval to issue shares in private placement M&A

* Lingyi iTech Guangdong's units plan to buy India's Lite-On-Mobile India Private Limited Other moves (spin-offs, divestitures, deals)

* China Railway's consortium wins subway construction contract for 21.25 bln yuan

* Sinopec Oilfield Service' unit to supply drilling equipment to Saudi Aramco for $400 mln

* NavInfo signs vehicle networking project service agreement with Germany's Daimler AG (Compiled by Luoyan Liu)

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