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Jiangsu Sinojit Wind Energy's Controlling Shareholder To Unload Up To 6.05 Pct Stake
Jiangsu Sinojit Wind Energy Plans Share Buyback Worth Up To 100 Mln Yuan Within Six Months
Jiangsu SINOJIT Wind Energy Technology says CFO resigns
Jiangsu SINOJIT Wind Energy Technology Co., Ltd., formerly Jiangsu JIXIN Wind Energy Technology Co., Ltd., is a China-based company which is principally engaged in the research, development, manufacture and distribution of wind turbine parts. The Company primarily provides wind turbine wheel hubs, bases, girders, bearing seats and other wind power casting products. The Company's main brand is SINOJIT. The Company distributes its products in domestic and to overseas markets.
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Yunting Street Industrial Park
Shi Jin Bao
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Chinese stocks jumped on Monday as China and the United States moved the trade talks forward and after retailers reported strong holiday sales figures. ** The Shanghai Composite index rose 1.4 percent to 2,653.90 points, its highest close since Dec. 5, 2018. The index has...
China stocks rose on Monday as U.S. and Chinese trade negotiators geared up for a fresh round of discussions this week, while investor sentiment was lifted after a lacklustre corporate earnings season came to an end. ** As of midday, the Shanghai Composite index was up 0.8...
Stocks in China rose for the third straight day on Thursday after the politburo, a top decision-making body of the ruling Communist Party, announced policy measures to support capital markets and the economy. ** The Shanghai Composite index edged up 0.13 percent to close...
Chinese shares rose on Thursday after a bruising October that saw the country's blue-chip index drop more than 8 percent, and as Beijing continued to take steps to support domestic markets.
* Investors hopeful after regulator's promise of more liquidity
* Hong Kong flat as HSBC profits offset worries in China (Updated with Hong Kong closer figures, comments)
China shares sank on Monday as weak profits for industrial and consumer firms added to concerns over the slowing economy, highlighting growing investor scepticism over the effectiveness of Beijing's attempts to stabilize its stock markets.
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