U.S. Markets closed

China Stocks-Factors to watch on Tuesday

* PREVIOUS TRADING SESSION MOVES:

* SSEC -0.2 pct, CSI300 -0.4 pct, HSI -0.6 pct

* HK->Shenzhen Connect daily quota used 1.1 pct, Shenzhen->HK daily quota used 0.3 pct

* CNY official close 6.8235 per dollar

* FTSE China A50 -0.4 pct, BNY Mellon ADR China Select Index +1.2 pct

SHANGHAI, Sept 4 (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:

* China's Xi offers another $60 bln to Africa, but says no to "vanity" projects

* Trade war could force heavier hand from China on yuan

* China bans pig shipments from areas hit by African swine fever as disease spreads

* China discusses ways to stabilise market expectations-c. bank Data:

* China August manufacturing growth slows to 14-month low-Caixin PMI

Company moves:


In focus

* JD.com CEO returns to China after arrest in U.S. sexual misconduct case

* Sinopec to increase LNG spot cargoes purchase, expand terminal capacity

Earnings/Performance

* Guangzhou Automobile Group's Aug vehicle sales up 10.1 pct y/y

* Zhengzhou Yutong Bus's Aug bus sales down 26.1 percent y/y

Equity changes/IPOs

* Ningbo Joyson Electronic buys back 1.4 billion yuan worth of company shares

* Jiangsu Hongdou Industrial buys back 252.1 mln yuan worth of company shares

* Huapont Life Sciences buys back 155.4 mln yuan worth of company shares

* Jiangxi Ganyue Expressway's controlling shareholder plans to increase company shares

* Henan Senyuan Electric's controlling shareholder cuts stake

* Lock-up for Huadian Power International's 211.1 million a-shares to end

* Sichuan Road & Bridge says lock-up period for 437.3 mln shares to end M&A

* Ningbo Jifeng Auto Parts to buy project firm in order to own stake in Germany's auto part firm

* Northcom Group scraps acquisition plan as concerning parties failed to reach agreement Other moves (spin-offs, divestitures, deals)

* China State Construction has signed contracts worth a combined $9.6 billion with some Egyptian entities (Compiled by Luoyan Liu)