Share this on Twitter Share this on Facebook Share this on LinkedIn Share this on Sina Weibo Share this on Wechat Share this on LinkedIn Good Morning. Welcome to The Wire’s daily news roundup. Each day, our staff gathers the top China business, finance, and economics headlines from a selection of the world’s leading news organizations. Paid subscribers can have this list emailed directly to their inboxes every day. Subscribe here, and then send us an email at email@example.com to opt in for the Daily Roundup email. The Wall Street Journal SEC Pursues Plan Requiring Chinese Firms to Use Auditors Overseen by U.S. — Under proposal, companies would be shut out of U.S. exchanges if they don’t comply.Major Chinese Chip Company Defaults on Debt — Ratings firm downgrades Tsinghua Unigroup after failure to repay maturing bond.Africa’s First Pandemic Default Tests New Effort to Ease Debt From China — Effort to ensure that China and bondholders participate in debt restructurings could help resolve Zambia’s default.Tech War With U.S. Turbocharges China’s Chip-Development Resolve — Subscribe or log in to read the rest.