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Jiangsu Yulong Steel Pipe Co.,Ltd. is a China-based company principally engaged in the research, development, manufacture and sale of welded steel pipes. The Company's main products include spiral submerged arc welded steel pipes, submerged arc welded seam steel pipes, straight seam welded high-frequency resistance steel pipes, square rectangular welded steel pipes, anti-corrosion steel pipes, corrosion-resistant metallurgical composite bimetallic longitudinal welded pipes and alloy pipes. The Company's products are mainly used in oil and gas transportation, chemical industry, coal mines, urban water supply, gas supply, heating, sewage, residential steel structures, bridges, power transmission towers, large machinery and large construction projects.
Constr. - Supplies & Fixtures
No. 15, Yulong Road, Yuqi Town
Yong Qing Tang
Chairman of the Board
Chief Financial Officer, Deputy General Manager, Director
Ke Jun Tang
Deputy General Manager, Director
Yan Qing Lu
Deputy General Manager
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China stocks ended higher on Thursday, extending a strong rally in the previous session, as Beijing is expected to roll out more stimulus to shore up the world's second largest economy amid external uncertainties.
* Benchmark rate cut rumours help to fuel rise in developer shares
China stocks fell on Thursday, dragged by airliners, as the yuan dropped to a one-year low against the dollar after news that Beijing plans to step up monetary easing measures.
* China's A-shares are at a 17.81 percent premium over H-shares.
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