The two firms are already battling in Brazil, where Didi bought local start-up 99 in January last year, and Mexico.
This is the second such list in a fortnight after the body gave its nod to 80 video games in late December.
The range of assets spans a hotel project in frozen Harbin and stakes in struggling online lender Dianrong, insurer Bohai Life and brokerage HNA Futures.
Luckin, backed by GIC and CICC, gained a valuation of $2.2 billion after raising $200 million in a funding round last month.
Tesla has opened a tender process to build its Shanghai Gigafactory and at least one contractor has started buying materials.
Ofo, which started in university campuses in Beijing and expanded to countries around the world, has become something of a cautionary tale about the rapid debt-fuelled boom and bust of new technology enterprises in the country.
The fundraising was led by investors including Singapore sovereign wealth fund GIC Pte Ltd and China International Capital Corp Ltd.
China, the world’s biggest gaming market, stopped approving new titles from March amid a regulatory overhaul triggered by growing criticism of video games for being violent and leading to myopia as well as addiction among young users.
Meituan Dianping, which has a market valuation of around $42 billion, has seen its shares drop 13% since listing amid cooler economic growth and a biting trade war between China and the United States which has sapped investor confidence.
BMW Mobility Service Ltd, a fully-owned subsidiary of the BMW Group, has obtained its ride-hailing licence in Chengdu.